Home Little Einsteins Robert Hanson, 8, explains the results of his edible chocolate melting experiment. He predicted that M&Ms would melt the slowest because of their hard candy coating. His hypothesis proved correct, but he also found that chocolate with higher coco content took longer to melt. “I love chocolate,” Hansen said when asked why he chose that experiment.

Robert Hanson, 8, explains the results of his edible chocolate melting experiment. He predicted that M&Ms would melt the slowest because of their hard candy coating. His hypothesis proved correct, but he also found that chocolate with higher coco content took longer to melt. “I love chocolate,” Hansen said when asked why he chose that experiment.

Giulianna Pinevich, 8, shows off her mummified fish. She found that a mixture of salt, baking soda and borax mummify fish the best. Pinevich said her parents are glad the experiment is over. “My whole kitchen was smelly,” she said.
Kyle Simpson, 8, explains his weight and speed experiment. Simpson added pennies and other object to matchbox cars to see how fast they would go. In his hypothesis, he thought the added weight would slow the cars down, but it turned out that the opposite was true.
Meghan Jensen, 8, shows off her hovercraft. She experimented using the hovercraft on different surfaces and found it worked best on a smooth wood floor.

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