Apple Experiment for Special Education | Why do apples turn brown?

Grade Levels
1st - 5th
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This Apple Experiment is a perfect addition to any Apple Theme or Unit. Students will have fun following the Scientific Method and recording observations while exploring apple browning. This resource provides some background information about why apples turn brown, a picture-supported science experiment using the Scientific Method, and a differentiated observation booklet.

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Duration: 1 ½ - 2 hours with breaks in between observations. A 4th observation page is included for an optional “end of the day” observation if you complete the experiment in the morning and would like to let the apples brown all day.

What you need:

Apple, 4 plates, knife, milk, water, lemon juice

This Resource Includes:

•Picture-Supported Direction Packet (Scientific Method)

•Apple Observation Booklet (3 Versions of differentiation)

Version 1 – Observe and color.

Version 2 – Observe and circle.

Version 3 – Observe and write.

•Apple Labels and Time Labels

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24 pages
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