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Daughter science

  1. 1. Flour and water experiments By daughter April 23, 2014
  2. 2. Question If you mix flour and water together, is it liquidy or does it bubble? Hypotheses My hypotheses are: -  None of the mixtures will bubble -  Some of the mixtures will be liquidy and some won’t depending on how much water I add.
  3. 3. Experiments Three experiments with different amounts of flour and water Experiment Flour Water Experiment 1 1 cup 3 cups Experiment 2 ½ cup 2 cups Experiment 3 ½ cup ¼ cup
  4. 4. Experimental protocol Materials: -  Flour -  Water -  3 bowls -  Spoon -  Measuring cup Method:   Measure  flour  and  water.  Add  flour  and  water  together   and  mix  with  spoon.  
  5. 5. Data Experiment 1 It got a little bubbly and really liquidy.
  6. 6. Data Experiment 2 There was a tiny bit of bubbles and it was pretty liquidy.
  7. 7. Data Experiment 3 It got kind of doughy and there were no bubbles. It was like play-dough.
  8. 8. Conclusions •  The mixture did bubble a little. My first hypothesis was not correct. •  Two of them were pretty liquidy and the other was doughy. It did depend on how much water I added. If I added more water it was more liquidy. My second hypothesis was correct.
  9. 9. Conclusion Sometimes experiments can be really fun and sticky!

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