This is a science lab that I did with my students.
I wrote about it in this post
After collecting Samples of rain, spring, tap, sea and river water, we started off with equal volumes of each water sample with three drops of dish-washing liquid in each. After shaking them in unison, the students measured and recorded the height of the suds in each bottle to determine how hard or soft each sample is.
You can use this as a sample lab to show your students how labs are written. I uploaded it in Word format so that you can edit it as you please.
To make it easier for your students you can keep the title, aim, materials, hypothesis and method as they are with all of the information already filled out for them and only ask them to fill in the part which asks about the variables and the results. For younger children, you can leave out the conclusion, discussion, and processes in action.
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