Published at Saturday, October 17th, 2020 - 09:59:39 AM. 2nd Grade Math. By Rachael Sosa.
For the first few days, really not much transpired at all. The ignored rice was the first to get a little dot of black mold and then each of the others followed soon after. However we continued in our curious quest. All of a sudden, on day four, the ignored rice took a distinctive turn and a gray spider web like mold started to grow all over it and up the sides of the jar. Over the next few days it made rapid progress - we documented with pictures and watched the other two with excited anticipation. After a few more days rice in each of the other two jars started to develop distinctive characteristics. The rice that had been the recipient of the insults became dotted with black and covered with a rather pointed and spiked looking whitish/gray mold, while the loved and cared for rice started to turn pink!! I kid you not - this trend was documented with pictures and remained throughout the science fair display at the school.
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