During Science Week, Amber Class decided to carry out an experiment to see whether cornflour was a solid or a liquid.
First we put cornflour into a tray, then we added a small amount of water a little at a time and watched what happened.
We predicted that it would make white water but in fact we found out it became both a solid and a liquid and could change between both!
You could roll it into a ball and crumble it back into a thick liquid.
We got very messy doing this experiment as the mixture was very sticky! We had so much fun!
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