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painting by Katie Bergenholtz

Separation of Sedimentation

First pour equal amounts of sand, dirt and pebbles into a jar. Shake and sketch.Add water. Shake and then let sit for a hour or so. Do this several times.

Sketch after it has set undisturbed overnight. Water has the ability to separate sediments into layers.

source: Exploring Creation with General Science by Dr. Jay Wile

1 comment:

  1. I LOVE this idea! So simple, yet clearly shows a scientific principle. Wonderful! And thanks for visiting my blog and the suggestion; I will check out Math on the Level. And more of your blog!

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