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A quick Internet search will yield lots of activities, lessons, and even curriculum programs that incorporate engineering into preK-12 education. But which ones work? And how do you get started? This section helps answer those questions.

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  • Design a Filtration System

    PostedApril 18, 2017

    UpdatedSeptember 24, 2017

    Posted byJean Larson

    This lesson is designed to help students understand that role that water plays in shaping the earth. In this activity, students investigate different methods for removing pollutants from water using the properties of how water interacts with earth materials.

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