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Teaching about variables or the scientific method?
This FREE, printable, reproducible worksheet (answer key included) can help with independent, dependent, and control variables!
This worksheet is a designed as practice identifying variables, although it may be used as an introduction or homework.

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Teaching scientific variables can be tough! To help your students, I have created three different variables review sheets. One of the worksheets incorporates creating a hypothesis using a research question and known variables. There's also a sort to change up the presentation. For the sorting wor

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Included are 4 separate sheets of scientific Method scenarios. An experiment is described and students answers questions relating to the scientific method. These are a great way to check for understanding of the parts of the scientific method...
This activity is part of the following bundle:
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Do your students struggle to find the variables let alone which one is independent or dependent?
The first practice page helps the student first just identify the variables. The student records the 3 criteria used to identify the variables in any situation (without using the question) and then is

Teaching scientific variables can be tough! This practice sheet gives students two situations with known variables that they must correctly categorize.
Concepts included are:
-independent variable
-dependent variable
-constant variable
An answer key for each worksheet is included.
These practic

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I have provided 4 different experiment scenarios and the students are asked to identify the independent variable, dependent variable, and the constants for each situation. Answer key is provided.

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This is a homework, warm up, exit slip, or classwork that reinfores the basic concepts and variables in an experiment. Students read the scenario and identify the independent variable, dependent variable, constants, and write a hypothesis.

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Designed for practicing equations with like terms on either side, 2 step equations, and solving for positive variables.
Aligned to CCSS:
6.EE.A.2
6EE.B.5&6
Enjoy this common core aligned activity! Included is one coloring activity with answer sheet. I have found if I print the answer sheet i

Find the Variable Practice WS for 5th graders
This PDF has 15 equations (multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction) with one variable each. Students will need to write a number sentence to solve for the variable next to each equation, then find the value of the variable.
It can be used

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Students will practice identifying independent and dependent variables. There are 9 science investigation questions that students will read and then determine which is the independent variable and which is the dependent variable.

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Practice the scientific method with these fun cupcake coloring worksheets. The two different worksheets in this set give your students practice with independent variables, dependent variables, and hypotheses. In the worksheets, students read scientific questions and identify the variables by colorin

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Also included in: Hypotheses and Variables Worksheets for the Scientific Method Big BUNDLE

My high school students still struggle with keeping it straight. By now they do know the scientific method pretty well, and can set up their own experiments and analyze other experiments. But they do still confuse which variable is called Independent and which is called Dependent, and which axis t

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This worksheet asks students to review the types of variables in experiments. Students are given problems or questions and asked to identify dependent, independent and control variables.
I have uploaded this in both a PDF and a .docx format so you can modify and differentiate to fit your students'

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Are your 5th-8th grade students struggling to differentiate between the independent and dependent variables in science experiments? This station-to-station activity provides an easy way for you to offer practice. Students identify the independent, dependent or control variable at a station. The answ

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This is an engaging activity for students to practice multi step solving of algebraic equations. I call it "How Hot Can You Handle?" Included in the problems here are combining like terms, variables on both sides, and the distributive property.
Students start at the bottom and complete the "mild" r

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This is a 4 page product (2 page worksheet and 2 page answer key). I use this with my Middle school students for practice writing a hypothesis and identifying the independent and dependent variables. This could certainly be used for high school review as well. The scenarios are focused around spe

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In this penny experiment, students will practice identifying the independent variable, dependent variable and controls through a lab. Students will practice going through each step of the scientific method while utilizing their observation and inference skills.The lab works well with groups of 4. Ea

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This is a quick and basic practice for students to create hypotheses and identify variables (independent, dependent and control). There are six scientific scenarios for students can practice. I love doing this activity in rotations with different partners.

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This worksheet teaches students the definitions of an independent and dependent variable and then asks them to identify them in a hypothesis. The worksheet can be modified to change names to teachers from your school to make it more fun. A key is provided.

I use this worksheet as a review (for students) and an assessment (for me) to gauge student understanding of basic concepts in science. Students are given problems or questions and asked to identify control, independent and dependent variables for each.
I have uploaded this in a .docx format so yo

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These semi-editable activities help reinforce a lesson on forming a hypothesis and identifying the population and variables in sociological research. There are four foldable graphic organizers that ask students to narrow questions from general to specific, read a source (URL and QR Code provided), a

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This worksheet is used to give students additional at-bats around identifying independent and dependent variables. On page 1 students are tested on their ability to find errors in experimental design. Ultimately, students should be able to identify that the experimental design error is the use of mo

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