Yesterday we did a Milk Investigation. We had to predict if the Milk will freeze. We used 3 different types of Milk. Which were Condensed Milk, Light Blue Milk and Up and Go. Here are some pictures:-)
25.06.14 CHILLY MILK EXPERIMENT:
Milk Investigation :
(Trying to understand the concept of change)
You can change Milk Powder (something solid)
into liquid milk.
Solid Define: Firm, Stable in Shape. Which can be formed
Help: Water , Milk and Dice. Personally I think that it changes by the size.
Meaning: Liquid: Not Stable or Fluid
When the liquid is poured into a solid object it changes it’s physical appearance.
The Condensed Milk didn't freeze, because it doesn't contain water. Without water Milk cannot freeze. The Light blue milk and the Up and Go did freeze. This indicated that Milk contains Water.
PURPOSE: TO OBSERVE AND RECORD THE CHANGES WHEN DIFFERENT MILK IS PUT IN THE FREEZER.
WHAT YOU NEED: a selection of 3 different type of milk
WHAT TO DO: Put an equal volume of each type of milk in a clear container
Place each container in the freezer
Record what happens to each type of milk as it freezes. Note its colour, texture and shape.
Record the time it takes to each variety to freeze.
Type of milk
What it looked like once it had frozen
Time taken to freeze
It didn't freeze, because Condensed Milk doesn't contain water.
Light Blue Milk
The Light Blue Milk did freeze, because it contains water. It contained the most ice.
Up and Go contains alot of ingredients. It did freeze. It had a chocolate colour.