Earth Day Science Experiment | Build a Water Filter | Special Education Resource

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K - 4th
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Earth Day is a great time of the year to learn about keeping water clean using this Build A Water Filter Science Experiment! Students will have fun experimenting with rocks and sand to see which one filters water the best. This science experiment follows the scientific method and is full of picture-supports for your special learners. Students will build a water filter using an empty water bottle, make a hypothesis, and record their observations in an interactive Flap Book. You can do this experiment with your classroom using just a few simple household materials, no need to run to the store! This Build A Water Filter Science Experiment is designed for primary and special education classrooms. Check out the Preview!

What you need:

2 plastic bottles

2 mason jars

2 coffee filters

2 rubber bands





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