Do you know how much water covers the Earth? A lot! About 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water. Speaking of how much, have fun playing this math game called “How Much, How Many”. What level can you get to?
Have students fill a clear cup with some dirty water. Use household items such as coffee filter, paper towels, dryer sheets, baby wipes, tissue, napkins, tissue paper, etc) to filter the water into bowls. Have students record the effectiveness of each material on blank paper for writing reference.
Write an opinion piece to an organization. Tell them which materials they should use for water filters and why.
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