A Science Fair Project by:Rachael &Amelia G. UTVA
blow differentshaped bubbles if we use different shaped cookie cutters asHypothesis: wands? bubbleDifferent shapes ofcookie cutters willmake different bubble
Preparation:Gather supplies that we need forthe project: – Science notebook and pencil – Dish washing liquid – Glycerin – Water – Measuring cups and spoons – Different shapes of cookie cutters Dinosaur, star, heart, football,
Make Bubble Solution• Measure 4 1/2 cups water• Measure 1/2 cup dishwashing liquid• Measure 4 tablespoons glycerin
Begin Experiment• We recorded each cookie cutter shape first, then we drew the shape of the bubble that the cookie cutter made.• The first shape of cookie cutter we used was a circle. We recorded the shape of the bubble as a circle.• The next shape of cookie cutter was a square. We recorded the shape of the bubble as a circle.• We used all of the different shaped
Results:Each cookie cutterproduced circle-shaped bubbles,regardless of theoriginal cookie cuttershape.
Conclusion:It does not matterwhat shape is usedas the bubble wand,the bubbles willalways be a circle
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