kidzpark
Home | FAQ | Contact Us | View Cart | Login / Register  


Kids Science Activities

How I Learnt About Growing Molds

Materials Required
* Left over food - Maybe bread, different fruits and vegetables (avoid meat or fish as they may give a bad rotting smell) * Water * Some tape * A big clear glass or plastic jar * A log book to note observations
Method
  • Cut different  varieties of foods into small pieces and put them in the jar with water and allow to soak. 
  • Spread the foods evenly in the jar so that they are not piled up and close the lid of the jar.
  • Use tape to seal the jar completely and put it aside in a corner noting the date and time of the day. 
  • Check the jar once a day and note observation in a logbook. 
What is Learnt
Molds spreads and deteriorate food. They grow from tiny spores that float in the air and fall on damp food and creates and grows molds.
Conclusion
There will be some green, white or blue furry stuff on the food after a few days that is mold, indicating that the food has spoiled.


Add to My Article | Refer this Article | Print this Article


Write your Comments on this Article
Article Title How I Learnt About Growing Molds
Your Name
Place of Residence
Your E-mail
Your Comment
 
Security Validation
Enter the characters in the image above
 
Kindergarten Activities
Did You Like My Happy Diwali Collage Wish
Sources of Light
Temperature and Density - Freezing oil and water
Reason Why Plastic Floats And Stone Sinks
Water Magic - Surface Tension
How To Make An Animal Collage Game For A Friend
Hot and Warm air requires more space than Cool air
How We Tried To Barbecue Turnips
Come See My Butterfly In The Butterfly Show
Change A White Flower Into Red
Science and Fun with Balloon and the hair
How To Make A Pendant To Celebrate Earth Day
The clinging water
Water Pressure
How I Made A Gas Balloon Blower At Home
Why Salt Is Sprinkled On Driveways In Cold Countries
How I Created Environment Friendly Mesmerizing Diwali Crackers
Kids Weather Report
Learning Science with Fruits
Make a Clown Pencil