Day 27: Explore 100+ Ways to Use Water WiselyDay 27: Explore 100+ Ways to Use Water WiselyDid you know that everyday household objects can you help you save water?<div class="ExternalClassEC4E2354F0F94BA9ACD8369894F2B787"><p>​Learn how to save water using 100+ ways to save water at <a href=""></a>. Then, create a science experiment to measure how much water you would save by making simple changes.</p><ol><li>Develop a question that you want to answer. For example, how much water would you save by removing an old toilet and replacing it with a new toilet?</li><li>Write down the information you need to find out to answer the questions. For example, to answer the question above, we would need to find out the following pieces of information.</li><ul><li><span style="font-size:13px;">How much water does the old toilet flush per flush?</span><br></li><li><span style="font-size:13px;">How much water does the new toilet flush per flush?</span></li><li><span style="font-size:13px;">On average, how many times is the toilet flushed per day?</span></li></ul><li>Collect the data you need to answer the question in your Science Notebook.</li><li>Calculate the answer. For example, the old toilet flushes at 5 gallons per flush. The new toilet flushes at 1.6 gallons per flush. The family flushes the toilet about 10 days per day. That means, the old toilet used 50 gallons per day. The new toilet will use 16 gallons per day. That is a difference of 34 gallons saved each day.</li><li>Discuss as a family which water saving actions you will take as a family.</li></ol><p></p></div> 7:00:00 AM