Julio,Cash,Layla,Leilani's Science Project: Melted Butter By Julio, Cash, Layla, and Leilani

First, we are going to melt the butter. Next, we are going to use the least expensive wipe for test #1.

Then we are going to use the least expensive baby wipe's

for the 2# test we are going to use the most expensive bay wipe'son the 3# test

so on the 3 test we are going to use those baby wipe's to see if it will pick up the most melted butter

Testable Question :How does changing the brand of baby wipes affect how much they clean up a tablespoon of melted butter on a wood tabele top.

Materials

1.I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter

2. Kirkland Premium Unscented

3. Huggies wipes

5. A Microwave

6. A wood table

Hypothesis

\"If _____[I/we do this] _____, then _____[this]_____ will happen

If we change the brand of baby wipes, then the most expensive wipe will clean up the most melted butter.

Procedure

By:Group 5

Step 1 :First get the “I Can’t Believe It’s not butter” brand and Huggie wipes, Kirkland wipes and Pamper wipes.

Step 2:We are going to melt a teaspoon of butter.

Step 3:We are going to pour a teas

spoon of melted butter on a wooden table.

Step 4:We are going to use the cheapest wipe to clean up the melted butter first.

Step 5: Repeat steps 3 and 4 to the two other wipe brands.

Pamper

Huggies

Kirkland

At walmart

At Target

At Costco

$ 1,77

How does changing the brand of baby wipes affect how much they clean up a tablespoon of melted butter on a wood table top.

thank you for spending your time looking at are project :p made BY:Julio,Cash,Layla Leilani
this is the end hope yo like it

Credits:

Created with images by GoToVan - "Science World" • skeeze - "vials science liquids" • West Point - The U.S. Military Academy - "Fun with Science"

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