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Scientific Method SORT Cut & Paste w/ Descriptions & Examples! REVIEW! DIGITAL!
What a fun way to review or assess the Scientific Method! Students match the steps with the descriptions of each step AND for higher level thinking they also place examples of a real experiment into the correct steps!Enjoy!Check out my Scientific Method Bundle for more science superstars!Scientific Method Introduction BUNDLE: reading experiment practice projectMore Cut and Paste Science!
Human Body Systems project for Grade 5: Have students divided into groups, each group is responsible for making a model of one of the human body systems. Have the groups do research on the function of the system and then present their information to the class along with the model. My students LOVED this project!
Lab Safety and Scientific Method Interactive Notebook Pages - Distance Learning
Bring engaging and interactive activities into your classroom with these science notebook pages. This resource contains 20 different interactive notebook activities covering safety, metrics, and the scientific method.
Snowy Science: Four Frosty Experiments. While you may not be able to take your students outside to actually play in the snow (although I always try to — it’s incredibly fun!), here are four scientific ways you can bring snow-play into your classroom. (Note: If you haven’t had a recent snowfall in your neighborhood — or any snow at all — you can do most of these activities with ice cubes instead. And the “faux snow” fourth activity is just for you!)