Bottled water companies tell us their water is better, cleaner and healthier than tap water. Many people also claim they don’t like the taste of tap water and prefer to buy bottled water. But can they really tell the difference? You’re going to do some market research and blind taste test your family and friends to find out.
Lesson guides and printables
Complete lesson for classroom teachers:
Safety advice: Be aware of cross-contamination from people drinking from the same glasses. This might be a good opportunity to learn how to properly clean dishes.
This is a good activity for kids to complete independently, although they will need additional participants.
Ideal for: Upper Primary Ages 10 – 12
Time required: 30 minutes
Curriculum connections: Humanities, Science
Tips for Parents and Carers
This activity can get messy with the water involved. Have some towels handy and encourage kids to wipe up after themselves.
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