How to Make a Water Clock?

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To make a water clock you need a two liter plastic bottle with the bottom cut off. Use a wax pencil to draw your fill line on the bottle. Take off the cap and put in a rubber stopper. You can find more information here:
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Water clocks have been used by educators and others to teach children scientific principles about the movement of water or just as a fun way to make a non-traditional clock. Water clocks are extremely quick and easy to make and require materials that... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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