2D/3D Shapes Jelly

Are jellies a solid, liquid or gas?


“Dan telah Kami jadikan di bumi ini gunung-gunung yang kokoh
supaya bumi itu (tidak) goncang bersama mereka dan telah Kami
jadikan (pula) di bumi itu jalan-jalan yang luas, agar mereka
mendapat petunjuk” (Al Qur’an, Al-Anbiya (21) : 31)

“Dia membiarkan dua lautan mengalir yang keduanya kemudian
bertemu, antara keduanya ada batas yang tidak dilampaui
masing-masing. (Al Qur’an, Ar-Rahman (55) :19-20)

To answer the inquiry question, Keland applies his research skill by doing Jelly Experiment. Through his experiment, he has gained a new concept that jelly shows a solidification change of state. In his final product, he is able to transfer his understanding about the changing process from liquid to solid into a poster. In order to maximize his learning, he demonstrates both of his critical and creative-thinking skills to make his jellies into 2D and 3D shapes, such as rectangle, cube, cone and cylinder. In conclusion, he has acquired Islamic value, Science and Math knowledges through 1 activity.

Experiment Process

Keland is stirring the jelly mixture (liquid) in a pan
Keland and his 2D and 3D shape jellies (post-experiment)

Final Product

Science Journal

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