Safe Water?

$13.95$97.95

Is the well water causing baby Joey’s illness?

An infant is admitted to the hospital with serious symptoms. His family recently moved to a house with a private well, not a public water source.

  • Perform simulated testing of water from the family’s well.
  • Identify health risks associated with the well water contamination.
  • Interpret infographics that provide reasons why most people should drink tap water instead of bottled water.
$13.95
Assembled kits
$97.95
Materials to assemble 10 kits - includes all supplies, printed labels, and student instructions copy master
$32.95
Materials to refill 10 kits

Kit Includes

  • Student instructions
  • Simulated samples of well water, tap water, and bottled water
  • Nitrate Test Solution (simulated)
  • Arsenic Test Solution (simulated)
  • Coliform Bacteria Test solution (simulated)
  • Labeled droppers
  • Well Water Testing sheet
  • Bottled Water Testing sheet
  • Tap Water Testing sheet
  • Water Testing Color Charts
  • Fact Sheet: Well Water Safety
  • The Facts about Bottled Water

Also Required

  • Safety goggles
  • Paper towels for clean up

Quantity Discounts

    Kits:

  • 1 – 9 kits: $13.95 each
  • 10 – 24 kits: $13.25 each
  • 25+ kits: $12.56 each

    Unassembled:

  • 1 – 9 packs: $97.95 each
  • 10+ packs: $93.05 each

    Refills:

  • 1 – 9 packs: $32.95 each
  • 10+ packs: $31.30 each

Correlation to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) Shop by NGSS »

Performance Expectations:

N/A

  • Science & Engineering Practices

    Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information - Integrate qualitative and/or quantitative scientific and/or technical information in written text with that contained in media and visual displays to clarify claims and findings.

  • Disciplinary Core Ideas

    N/A

  • Crosscutting Concepts

    Cause and Effect - Phenomena may have more than one cause, and some cause and effect relationships in systems can only be described using probability