Do you know what are the properties of liquids? Liquids do not have their own shape. They always take the shape of the container. Liquids can be gooey or runny. On January 16th, we did an experiment with three different kinds of liquids. For this experiment, we put a glob of ketchup, mustard and honey on top of a baking tray. We predicted which liquid would run faster and which liquid would run slower if we tilted the tray. Next, we tilted the tray to see what would happen. At first the mustard was going faster than the other liquids. Then ketchup started running even faster and started reaching the bottom first. It looked like it was going to be a really close race! Some of us thought ketchup would win! Then something unexpected happened. The glob of honey had been the slowest liquid of all but right before the ketchup was about to hit the bottom of the tray, the glob of honey fell down! It landed on the bottom of the tray before the ketchup reached the bottom. We thought the honey cheated in this race. Ketchup was the fastest liquid in the end! We really enjoyed this experiment because it was exciting. Most of us were surprised to see what happened with the honey.