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Water Drop Watchers Program

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Our Water Drop Watchers Program offers third grade students in our service communities a curriculum-aligned, interactive lesson on:

  • Where Water is Found
  • The Water Cycle
  • How Much Freshwater is Available on Earth
  • How Much Water We Use for Common Daily Activities
  • Ways to Conserve Water

The curriculum was developed in partnership with the Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition and classes are taught in person by Connecticut Water employee volunteers.

Since the program's launch in 2017, thousands of Connecticut students in hundreds of classrooms have learned about the importance of clean water and conservation in lessons that meet state curriculum standards.

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Water Drop Watchers At A Glance

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Lesson Plan

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Student Worksheet

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Get Involved

Contact us to see if we can bring Water Drop Watchers to your classroom or community group.

Water Drop Watchers classes are available to schools served by Connecticut Water or community groups within our service communities. For more information, please contact Barbara Tattersall.

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