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From: Cindy Lee Duckert (duckert@focol.org)
Date: Mon Mar 17 2003 - 14:20:23 EST

At 12:20 PM 3/17/2003, you wrote:

>5. Have the students make 100 ml of normal saline solution and color it.
>Most children's medicines are delivered in 5 ml dosages. Measure out a 5
>ml dose. Use various common measuring devices - does the measurement vary?
>Discuss accuracy and precision. What implications does the variation have
>on the health of a child?

I was just planning 4 hands-on activities for parents at a statewide
conference - and this will definitely be one that is impressive, useful to
my purposes and theirs!. Thank you

Cindy Lee Duckert, duckert@focol.org


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