Monkey, KY | (none)
Ah, i see. Well that's not too ticrky at all!"
NICOLAS, LA | (none)
The cercel to stck.
Janite, HI | (none)
It looked so odd! I know why it happened in the first place! It is callled SATIC ELETRICITY!
Jessica, | (none)
When I rubbed the balloon in my hair, the krispy rice cereal would follow my balloon around the table!
MEGAN, MN | (none)
WE TRIED IT OUT AND THE RICE DANCED A LOT. IT WAS STICKING TO THE BALLOON. SO WE SHOWED EVERYBODY IN THE HOUSE . IT WAS VERY FUN!!!
Mila, PA | (none)
I rubbed a balloon in and my rice krispies wiggled and danced!
Veronica, CA | (none)
The cereal was actually jumping. It was Amazing!!! And I even used it as my science project. Thanks for the idea!!!
kavya, MI | (none)
as the balloon was lowerd the cerealwas magnetised !
Haley, MD | (none)
It was cool. THe cereal jumped and danced on my balloon. I took a few tries to get the baloon charged though.
eric, WA | (none)
i loved it
bryanna, ID | (none)
its sooo simple
Truman, MO | (none)
I used Puffed Wheat insted of krispy rice. one of the corn flakes sticked on the ballon. None of the puffed wheat got onto the ballon.40% of oatmeal got on.
Irene, NC | (none)
It was cool idea thank you and it was really great and sound kind of like a drum
Kira, WI | (none)
I got oatmeal to stick to the baloon.
Tarein, OH | (none)
My results were 22%
Jeremy, NY | (none)
I used salt and pepper on a plate. When I rubbed the ballon on my hair, the pepper jumped up and stuck to the balloon, the salt stayed on the plate
aly, CA | (none)
They all did the wave
Bryce, OK | (none)
It worked when the balloon was about 2 inches away from the cereal.
Christina, TN | (none)
the ceaerl stuck to the ballooon