I think that when the water hits the sand, then the water will make a dent and the sand will absorb the water.
I think when water hits water then the water will ripple out to the sides.
When the water hits the concrete, I think the water will just splash back up.
When the water hits the sand at a close distance, the sands just absorbs the water. When the water hits the sand at a little farther, the sand gets a dent from the water.
The water didn't ripple out. The water just splashed.
When the water hit the concrete, the water didn't splash up. The water just spread out by itself.
I was just messing with the sand when it was close I didn't now it wouldn't get a dent.
I was surprised that the water didn't ripple out like I thought.
I thought that it would splashed back up. I was surprise that it didn't.
Raindrops on Different Surfaces
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I'm Kelsie. I love to play basketball, softball, and football.