Supplies needed: 2 cups
dark food coloring
This is how we set up the experiment
I wasn't able to take pictures of the children while we were doing the actual experiment this a picture after they completed the steps.
Our science question was What happens to a flower that is in dirty water?
What we learned is that dirty water is not healthy for living things and can cause harm to some non living things as well.
N made an observation on her own she noticed the flower still smelled the same.
N needed an explanation for her finding. I shared with her that over time the flower would start to smell different the longer it was kept in dirty water. N wants to find this out for herself, so we will leave the flower in the dirty water until.... N predicts that the flower will still smell the same as the flower in clean water.