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Teaching Children About Water Conservation

July 18, 2020
Like many other natural resources, water is something that we rely on every single day for a variety of purposes. We often take for granted turning on the faucet to get a drink of water or grabbing a piece of ice to cool off a pitcher of iced tea. Taking a shower every day or […]
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How to Save Energy at Home During the Summer

July 1, 2020
As we all know, the transition from the cooler winter months into the much warmer spring and summer months means that, in Texas, utility bills are going to increase. With the heat of the day reaching a high point, the interior of our homes also tend to heat up and you become uncomfortable unless some […]
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How To Perform An At-Home Energy Survey

June 18, 2020
Whether we recognize it or not, the modern world has become extremely reliant on using energy resources on a daily basis. From turning on lights throughout the house to washing dishes and everything in between, we use electricity, water, gas, and other resources throughout our everyday lives. This energy usage, however, can result in higher […]
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Our Favorite Watt Watchers Energy Saving Summertime Activities

June 5, 2020
Just because your child is not in school during the summer, it does not mean that the learning should not continue, especially when it comes to lessons and activities about energy conservation. At Watt Watchers of Texas, we know how critical it is that you are able to teach your kids about the importance of […]
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Eating Your Fruits and Vegetables (Even If They're "Ugly")

May 29, 2020
We are all told from a very young age that it is essential for our growing bodies to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables in order to stay healthy and happy. We may not always like the fruits or vegetables that our parents try to get us to eat, but they are still important and […]
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Free Energy Homeschooling Resources

May 13, 2020
Becoming more energy efficient is a task that everyone should actively participate in and understand why it is important. While adults can clearly see the benefits of energy efficiency reflected in their utility bills, children may have a more difficult time understanding the significance. But that does not mean they should not play their part! […]
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