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Rock Candy Science Project
Transcript of Rock Candy Science Project
*A wooden skewer[can also use a clean chopstick]
*1 cup of water
*2-3 cups of sugar
I think that the sugar that you stick in the skewer and put in the hot water, and it will turn to candy and will frozen.
*How does the sugar froze?
*How does the food color stick with the rock candy?
*Why does it only grow one direction?
*How does the sugar only stay on the skewer but not the pot that has hot water.
*tall narrow glass or jar
1. Clip the wooden skewer into the clothespin so that it hang down inside the glass and is about 1 inch (2.5 cm) from the bottom or the glass.
2. Remove the skewer and clothespin and put them aside.
3. Pour the water into a pan and bring it to boil.
4. Pour about 1/4 cup of sugar into the boiling water, stirring until it dissolves.
5. Keep pouring the sugar, and then put the wooden skewer in and let it dry and grow for 3-7 days. And after that time you will have a great looking rock candy. But you can put food coloring in if you want.
Thank you for listening to my rock candy science project prezi.
When you put the sugar in it only stick to the wooden skewer because the boiling water make it not stick to the glass bottle, so it can only stick to the wooden skewer to make rock candy