I think when the raindrops hit the water it will create a ripple in the water and then come back out, bringing out other water.
I think that when the raindrop hits the sand it will be absorbed into the sand and it will make the sand wet and stick together.
I think that when the raindrop hits the moss it will get absorbed into the moss.
I think that the raindrop will run down the tree bark when it hits the tree.
I think the water will just hit the rocks and roll off.
I think that some water will trickle off and some will create water pockets.
I think the water will run off the concrete like the rocks.
I think the water will create pockets on the mesh, but not fall through.
I think the water will run off and create puddles, but inside the kayak it will fill with water.
I think the water will trickle off and create pockets of water
The raindrop hit the water and caused a ripple, but didn't bring more water because the force of the raindrop wasn't powerful enough.
When the raindrop hit the sand it turned the sand a darker color, and it caused the sand to stick together. But when I poured a lot of water on the sand it created an indent.
The moss did absorb the water and it became wet, but stayed wet.
The raindrop did run down the wood, but also some created little water bubbles and stayed on the tree.
The raindrop hit the rocks and some of it got absorbed into the rocks but also some rolled off the rocks.
The raindrop hit the lily pads and it slid off but also created small pockets like I expected.
The water did run off, and also got absorbed.
The raindrop hit the mesh and did create pockets, but didn't fall through the mesh.
The water trickled off the side of the kayak, amd on the top the rain created pockets of rain. The kayak would've filled up with water if there had been enough.
The water hit the window pane and some of it trickled off, but some of it created small pockets of water.
I learned that the force of the water impacts on if/how the water will jump back out.
I was surprised to learn that if you pour enough water on the sand, the sand will "dissolve" and create an indent.
I did get what I expected from the experiment.
I was surprised to see that some of the water stayed on the tree because i expected it to run down because of the angle.
I wasn't surprised to see that the water roll off because I know that if enough water is on the rocks some will roll off.
I wasn't surprised to see the water create pockets because the lily pads were almost flat so not much water fell off, and the remaining water created pockets.
I knew that since sidewalks are concrete it would be like testing a raindrop on a sidewalk.
I wasn't surprised that it created pockets of water. The angle didn't allow the water to fall through the mesh.
I was surprised that the water didn't create pockets on the side, but maybe it was because of the angle.
I wasn't surprised to see that the water only left small water pockets because of the angle the window was at.