by Year 5

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Soluble and Insoluble
Investigation
BAKE IT! IPC SCIENCE
Eliana 5 Newton
CONTENT
DEFINITIONS
1. Introduction

2. Hypothesis

3. Apparatus

4. Procedure

5. Results

6. Conclusion
Solution
Soluble
Insoluble
Dissolve
Solute
Solvent
DEFINITIONS
Solution
Soluble
Insoluble
Dissolve
Solute
Solvent
L.O.: What are soluble and insoluble materials?
HYPOTHESIS
INTRODUCTION
What is your Hypothesis/Prediction of the outcome?
Explain the experiment that you are going to carry out.
APPARATUS
What are your Independent variables and Dependent variable?
Our independent variables are the amount of water and the amount of salt, sugar, iron filings and sand we are going to put in the water. Our dependant variable is our results.
HYPOTHESIS
What is your Hypothesis/Prediction of the outcome?
My prediction/hypothesis is that the sugar and the salt will dissolve completely.
APPARATUS
Please take a picture of the equipment you are going to use and explain its purpose.
Cup

To mix the solute and the solvent
Beaker

To measure the amount of water
Salt, sugar, sand and iron filings

Used as solutes
Spatula

For measuring the solute
Water

Used as our solvent
Stirring wand

To mix the solvent and the solute together
How are you going to ensure this experiment is a fair test?
RESULTS
Make sure there is the same amount of water in each cup. Make use there is the same amount of solutes every time.
Take a video of a part of your experiment and explain using scientific vocabulary (Soluble, insoluble, solution, variable, dissolve, etc).
PROCEDURE
Please explain how you are going to carry out this experiment, be as detailed as possible and list out all the different steps.
First, we are going to put 100ml of water in each cup. There are 4 cups because we have 4 solutes.

Next, we are going to put it in one by one and each time we have to mix continuously for 20 seconds.

Then, we are going to observe which one is soluble and which one is insoluble.
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