Successfully reported this slideshow.

Keynote (Science Experiment)


Published on

Another science experiment

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Keynote (Science Experiment)

  1. 1. Bread Balloon A science experiment by Room 14
  2. 2. Contents • Aim • Hypothesis • Equipment • Method • Observations • Conclusion
  3. 3. Aim The aim of this experiment is to blow up a balloon using yeast.
  4. 4. Hypothesis • Our Hypothesis “The yeast mixed with warm water and sugar will create carbondioxide and blow up the balloon.”
  5. 5. Equipment The equipment we used: *1 tablespoon of yeast, *1 teaspoon of sugar, *1 tablespoon of warm water, *1 balloon, *1 small plastic bottle, *1 small circle of paper *1 syringe *1teaspoon
  6. 6. Method The first step was to draw around the bottom of a bottle and create a funnel. We then measured our ingredients and with the help of a partner we poured the ingredients into our man made funnel. Once the ingredients were in the bottle we placed the balloon over the hole on the top. We then placed the bottle outside and began our written work, while keeping an eye on the balloon.
  7. 7. Observations
  8. 8. Conclusion After leaving the balloon for a day, we found that the conclusion varied, some projects had worked better than others for instant some balloons grew but others didn’t. I think the balloons may of been bigger if we had experimented with our measurements. Over all the experiment was good.