Sunita's makerspace – All you need is space

Smt. S. H. Gajera Vidhyabhavan, Utran


  • Step 1 – Take a plastic pot and take an 800wt motor.
  • Step 2 – Then fix a copper pipe in the pot.
  • Step 3 – Fix iron gauze on the upper side of the pot and then let it be filled with water.
  • Step 4 – Then connect the power generated from the solar plate to the devices.Arranged three small clay pots in a proper way in the opposite direction. (Water will pull up by DC Water Pump and waterfall will works)


  • Pots, Iron Gauze, Copper wire
  • Flowers, DC Water Pump, Fevicol, Lights, Plug


When we On the Power Supply of Water pump water will be flow through the Pipes.

This is a low cost mini submersible type water pump that works on 3-6V DC. It is extremely simple and easy to use.

These is applying the energy of falling water to lift a fraction of the flow to a higher level than the source. The principle they work by is to let the water from the source. Flow down a pipe and then to create sudden pressure rises by intermittently letting a valve in the pipe slam shut.

Learning Outcome:

This project allows the learners to use the imagination and learn about real waterfalls. The learners can make then own model waterfall simply and inexpensively. This activity guides the learners about how water are recycled in nature.


  • Gajera Harsh Jagdishbhai [Grade 9-A]
  • Kukadiya Meet Sanjaybhai [Grade 9-A]
  • Anghan Jeel Bharatbhai [Grade 9-A]