Water Company Makes A Splash With Rahway Students

Students from Laura Lopez’s third grade class (from left to right: Diana Bonola, Christian Davenport, Brooke Coelho, Lucas Cano, Yeicob Martinez, Cristian Vasquez and Tyler Fleischman) are pictured along with Mrs. Kroll, from Project Wet. (Photo courtesy of Franklin School)

RAHWAY — United Water of Rahway recently partnered with Project Wet, an international non-profit organization dedicated to water education, to teach the third graders at Franklin Elementary School about the water cycle.

In this interactive lesson, students traveled around the room through each phase of the water cycle. Stations, which represented the various phases, were set up throughout the classroom. As each student visited a station, they were able to add a different colored bead to a bendable craft stick. In the end, each student took home a multi-colored bracelet that represented the phases of the water cycle. The circular nature of the bracelet reminded the children that water cycle is never ending.

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