# Growing cristals

## Question

My Science fair is to see how long will it take for crystals to grow in hot temperature or cold temperature

## Hypothesis

My hypothesis is .. I think that the cold temperature one will grow faster because it's cold because everything freezes in the cold temperature.

## Proceder

1. To start this science fair project, cut two pieces of yarn. Each piece should be approximately 1 inch longer than the height of the glass jars.
2. Set one of the pieces of string aside and do nothing to it. Soak the other piece of string in a cup of water for 5 minutes.
3. After soaking, use your hand to squeeze the excess water from the string. Roll the string in 1 tablespoon of sugar on a plate. The string will be coated with sugar. These small bits of sugar are the seeds on which other sugar crystals might grow.
4. Lay both your seeded (sugar-coated) string and your non-seeded string on a piece of wax paper overnight. Make sure they are not touching.

## Materials

The materials are

1.yarn

.cups

2.nails

3.sugar

4.stickes

## Results

the Results are that the one in the room temperature grew faster than the one in the cold temperature.

## Conclusion

My hypothesis was wrong because the one in the room tempter grew faster then the one in the cold water. If I could do this project again I would leave it for 2 more days to see if the one in the cold tempter grow faster.