SFCS fifth and sixth graders continue their water science studies with Ms. Miran…

SFCS fifth and sixth graders continue their water science studies with Ms. Miranda and Ms. Milazzo. Recently, they discussed water desalination and it’s relation to the California drought. Students created their own salt water stills. They waited a week to check them to see which group’s still created the most fresh water. Almost everyone’s still was a success. Those who were not successful have a plan for redesign. Ms. Milazzo gave a presentation with a watershed model. Students created their own point-source and non-point source pollution on the model, which represented a town near a watershed. After, the class created a class bulletin from construction paper. It shows pollution and solutions to the pollution.


Water Science Studies
SFCS fifth and sixth graders continue their water science studies with Ms. Miranda and Ms. Milazzo. Recently, they discussed water desalination and it’s relation to the California drought. Students created their own salt water stills. They waited a week to check them to see which group’s still created the most fresh water. Almost everyone’s still was a success. Those who were not successful have a plan for redesign. Ms. Milazzo gave a presentation with a watershed model. Students created their own point-source and non-point source pollution on the model, which represented a town near a watershed. After, the class created a class bulletin from construction paper. It shows pollution and solutions to the pollution.