This program will help students gain a better understanding of Earth’s water systems, as they investigate the factors that affect local water quality, and discover their own important role in caring for this resource. They will tap into their technological problem-solving skills to design and build a water-filtration device with everyday materials. Using microscopes and other tools, they will then evaluate the physical and chemical characteristics of their water samples to determine how well their filtration design works.
|Grade 8||Science and Technology - Understanding Earth and Space Systems||Secondary Cycle 1||Science and Technology - Living Things|
Make name tags to help the museum educator build rapport with students. Students may bring a lunch or purchase one from the museum’s café.
Teachers may preview the museum free of charge at any time, by presenting proof of their teaching status at the admission desk.
Consider familiarizing your group with our site by downloading a PDF document and PowerPoint presentation available below.
$9 per student.
Includes Museum admission.
A minimum fee of $135 will be charged per group.