This one-week science apple lab engages kids in the scientific method. They ask a question, hypothesize, identify variables for a fair test, measure, observe, record data, graph, and draw conclusions. To support classroom, hybrid, and distance learning, student resources are included as printable PD
Simple classroom experiment to introduce the Scientific Method.
Pages that help students become familiar with the Scientific Method. Directions on how to do a simple experiment. Included are colored and grayscale pages to follow method. Also Data Sheet to collect experiment data and Cards to label c
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I use this product with my students every year to help introduce the scientific method. At my school, 4th graders have to complete a science fair project. I use this lesson to guide them through the steps of the scientific process. I have included complete lesson plan
Obviously, it is best to do some hands-on experiments with our students to show them the steps of the Scientific Method. However, sometimes they need more practice and there isn't always time to do experiments everyday. So, I've come up with a story about a girl named Sara that is experimenting wa
Studying volcanoes in your classroom? The apple volcano experiment is the perfect, easy science experiment for any grade! The scientific method notebook is now in PDF format and a digital version on Google Slides! Your students will need an apple, baking soda, and vinegar to complete the experiment.
I have created a simple way to introduce your students to learning the scientific method. All you need is an apple and a knife. As you know, if you cut an apple horizontally, you will see a star.
I have included a hypothesis worksheet, a scientific method rubric and a powerpoint presentat
This experiment is used when teaching or reviewing the scientific method. It is designed using apples, but you can substitute different snacks or candy. It also teaches the math skills recording/presenting data and calculating averages. This experiment can be done in groups or independently. I h
In this scientific lab activity students will test solutions of varying pH to determine which solution will prevent apple browning. This lab can be used as a review or introduction of the scientific method, an introduction to oxidation and redox reactions, or an introduction to the pH scale. Materi
Introduce primary students to the Scientific Method by observing what happens to apples when touching it with dirty hands. Then teach students a lesson on drawing and painting an apple using their observational skills.
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Science forms with Ohio Common Core statements.
Help students understand the importance of skin to protect the Human Body from germs. This experiment uses apples and your own students' dirty hands!
Students will help puncture holes into some apples and rub their hands over them. They will observe the amount of rotting, and will also see how rubb
Great, learner friendly pfd learner booklet, using the Scientific method to question whether all apples contain the same amount of seeds. Learners will hypothesize, gather results from other group members, plot a bar graph, analyse results, create a Scientific drawing and do an observation on the ta
Chemical Change and Scientific Method fun with this Apple investigation! Perfect for 5th and 6th graders!Included in this resource:Scientific Method Apple Graphic OrganizerPhysical and Chemical Changes FoldableChemical Change Review Questions Investigation ExperimentFollow-Up QuestionsTeacher Tips a
This is a great way to introduce students to using the scientific method in a fun and easy way. First students will decide ways in which they think apple slices should be stored in order to keep it fresh the longest. Then students will conduct an experiment in class for about a week making observati
Learning the scientific method can be a tedious prospect for children to understand and remember all the steps, but when they are laid out in a step-by-step procedure for them to follow, and in a fun and engaging experiment; it suddenly bring the whole process to a new light!This booklet takes kids
This has the printouts for a mini-lesson on introducing the 4 steps of the scientific method (question, hypothesis, observation, and results) and then has the students experiement using apples and liquids!
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Included in this FREEBIE is a fun way to organize the scientific method! Perfect for interactive notebooks!!The organizers are in the shape of an apple. Two formats are included - one filled in and the other blank. This is a sneak peek of my fabulous product:Investigate with ApplesStudents use the s
********Google Slides™ and PDFs Included:You have Full Permission to Modify for your students. It’s yours- ENJOY! 5 STAR "Great high-interest articles with accompanying worksheets that help young students with reading non-fiction text."- Kristin N. 5 STAR "Super fun and engaging!"- Alexandria A. 5
Sub Plan L: Big Foot and the Scientific MethodThis is a useful tool to help encourage scientific literacy in reading, graphing, and making connections to the scientific world. This is a fun and interesting science sub plan that explores Big Foot- and why he's so hard to study with limited evidence.
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A science project for your science fair! This is a complete science fair experiment. It includes tri-fold set-up, printables for your tri-fold, photos of the apples in this science project, and possible student hypotheses, observations, and conclusions. How to Present the Lesson in your Classroom
This science experiment investigates which material best mummifies a piece of apple after one week. A perfect tie between science and social studies, apple mummification is an experiment that is fun for all ages! Great for a study on Ancient Egypt or mummies.THIS RESOURCE INCLUDESMaterials listInstr
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Help! What will save my apple? Students are introduced to a scenario that many of them have probably wondered about before - what causes my apple to turn brown and what can be done to prevent it? This lab encourages students to test different types of liquid to determine which liquid keeps the ap