Teach the scientific method to your students through these ideas and science experiments!  Check this out to learn more about how you can make the scientific method engaging!

Teaching the Scientific Method

Teach the scientific method to your students through these ideas and science experiments! Check this out to learn more about how you can make the scientific method engaging!

description of independent variable, dependent variable, and control (5.2A describe, plan, and implement simple experimental investigations testing one variable)

description of independent variable, dependent variable, and control describe, plan, and implement simple experimental investigations testing one variable)

INTERACTIVE SCIENCE NOTEBOOK FREEBIE! ~ CAN YOU SAVE FRED? - TeachersPayTeachers.com

This is a classic science activity!Fred, the gummy worm, has been spending his time boating on the lake near his home. He is not too bright, he is a worm after all. He has…

Scientific Method! Scientific Method! Scientific Method! Scientific Method! Scientific Method Accordion Booklet:  This scientific method booklet is a fun hands on activity for students to use in their interactive notebooks.  This booklet can be used in the following ways:1.

The Scientific Method Foldable

A fun way to teach the Scientific method before a school science fair.  So basic and easy.

The dissolving Peep experiment. A fun way to teach the Scientific method for a school science fair. So basic and easy.

Download a free Scientific Explanations (Claim, Evidence, Reasoning) poster, suitable for printing for your classroom. If You Only Concentrate on One New Strategy, Make it CER Every science teacher understands the value of students being able to explain phenomena, not simply to define vocabulary words or to answer questions that require them to show what they have memorized. But teaching students to construct explanations is challenging. IQWST makes the process easier by supporting t...

FREE Download: Scientific Explanations - Claim, Evidence, Reasoning

The CER framework divides explanations into three logical, manageable, & teachable components for middle school students: Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning.

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