We were then given some cubes of jelly each to pull apart and drop into a jug. Mrs Rushbrooke then poured some very hot water into the jug and stirred it up to dissolve the jelly cubes.
Mrs Rushbrooke explained to us that the jelly started of as a solid, and then once the hot water was poured into the jug and stirred to dissolve the cubes, the jelly became a liquid. Mrs Rushbrooke asked us what we thought would happen to the jelly when we put it in the fridge, and we were right when we said it would go hard again. Once all the jelly had dissolved in the jug, Mrs Rushbrooke poured some into each plastic cup, and we watched as the strawberries rose to the top of the cups.
Our jellies have been left in the fridge to set overnight, ready for us to ,bring home tomorrow.
Thank you for helping us make our jellies today Mrs Rushbrooke!