Homeschool Science Project-How to Make a Pollution Catcher

Homeschool Science Project

Homeschool Science Project

Homeschool Science Project During the summer day your parents likely put on air conditioners. And if "you've been" noticed, sometimes they have to cleanse the filters inside the air conditioners. And when you take out the filter you're going to notice something I think is pretty startling. The filter is beyond grime. Where did the soil come from? If the air conditioner is just sucking in breath from the outside, does that mean that the air outside that we're breathing is filled with everything that pollution? You discover little tiny particles that are floating through the breath are called pollutants. And the continued existence of the matter is, pollution's bad. We do not want it in the sea. We do not want it in the region. And boys and girls, we do not want it in the breath. And I actually came up with a really cool experimentation. And it's a little course for you to test to verify how dirty your breath is in your environment. And it doesn't matter where you live you are able to induce these pollution catchers anywhere. And we're actually going to help 1, cleanse the breath and 2, see how dirty the breath is in your environment. And look, a dish, all I need.

Pollution Catcher

And yarn. Step the second is get a hole perforate. You don't have a hole perforate, get a pencil. And you're just going to induce two pits. One and two. So now I built two pits. Because I'm going to want to hang this pollution catcher. Maybe on a tree. Maybe in your backyard. Perhaps out your window with Mommy and Daddy's aid. Throw your yarn through or your string. You don't have yarn or string, could be a shoe lace. The level of these Homeschool Science Project experiments is you are able to induce these at home with anything you have and then, make a necktie, make a knot. This pollution catcher is almost done. Now I'm going to hang it somewhere. Now what I'm going to do is, on this side where I'm going to set the note, no, you know what I'm going to do? I'm going to draw some water.

You know what else I'm going to do? I'm going to draw a picture of, I'll show you. I'm not a good artist but, a fish. You discover when people outside look at this I kind of want to tell them what I'm doing. So I'm going to draw a beautiful incident of the earth. Clean ground. Not a polluted ground. And on this side, I do nothing but add something is assisting catch the pollutants that are polluting our breath. I'm going to add petroleum jelly but "you're supposed to" know it as Vaseline. We use it for our lips, we use it for our skin. I'm applying it to help my airborne pollutants catcher. So I'm going to take just a couple fingers and I'm going to take a bunch of this petroleum jelly.

Homeschool Science Project

Smells good. I'm going to set it on the members of the plate that don't have my layout and I'm just going to start to smear it all around the plate. I want the entire dish, every inch of this dish to be covered in this petroleum jelly. And the cool part of this petroleum gelatin is, this plates can stay outside for a few months and they will remain sticky. And now, think it is or not, my pollution catcher is done. Clean your hands. Take your pollution catcher, and the next step is to figure out where you want to catch your pollution. Tree. Outside. In a park. Out your window. Perhaps you want to hang it on your fossil posterior. It's up to you. Leave it there. Come back two weeks ago, come back a few months afterward. And then you take it off and you're going to seem. And you know what you're going to notification? Little black pollutants.
And every one you caught came out of the breath. And you guys right now helped cleanse our breath. Pollution is not refrigerated. Go become an ecologist and move protect your ground. Consider you soon.

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