Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Ready, steady... RISE!

As part of Science week, Year 5 & 6 have looked at helpful and harmful micro-organisms.

Can you explain what we were doing in these photos...?






12 comments:

  1. what we are doing is having a race to see which cup of ether just yeast and water or yeast,water and sugar and the sugar cup won

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    1. Well done! Can you tell me what exactly we were trying to investigate? And also... who is this?! :-)

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  2. first we got 2 bowls and in the first bowl we put yeast flour sugar and hot water and in the second bowl we put yeast flour and cold water and left them the one with yeast flour sugar and hot water raised the quickest then we left them over night but they exploded over night so then miss parker did one on her own and videoed it on an ipad

    Amelia b

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  3. We wanted to know which would grow the quickest with sugar or without and the one with sugar grow the fastest because the yeast had something to feed on but the one without sugar grow the fastest

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    1. Great explanation C.Rushton! Well done!

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    2. Great explanation C.Rushton! Well done!

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  4. We had two cups with yeast in and suger and another with just yeast in.water was added and flower. Mrs Parker timed them and the one with suger in was in the lead. By the end of the day the one with suger in was at the top .ruby.c.😊

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  5. We really enjoied doing the experiment

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  6. what we did is we got 2 cups and put flower and put sugar in but in one we put yeast as well ellie

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  7. we had to wait till the nexted day to see how long it will be gone.elouise

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  8. it was really fun to experiment this shaans

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