Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints

Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints
Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints
Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints
Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints
Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints
Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints
Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints
Guided Science Experiment: Peppermint Mints
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With this booklet, students will be guided page by page into the role of being a scientist. This experiment will be using peppermint flavored mints and revolve around physical changes (dissolving them in water). However, the booklet lends itself to open investigation and allows students to create their own hypothesis and set up their own experiment. The tabbed pages allow for quick and easy access to different parts of the experiment.

In this PDF:
---Direction sheet
-14 pages guided booklet, pages are just under 5.5x7.5 inches with space to glue or staple the pages together
---Cover page
---Observation page tab
------Basic five senses with a brief description to sum up the observation.
---Research page
------Investigate what peppermint mints are and what they are made of and how that affects what we know about them in science.
---Hypothesis page tab
------What is a hypothesis and what does one look like. Simple.
---Experiment page tab
------How is it set up, materials, with examples of what it would look like. As well as a mini safety rules check and sign before preceding.
---Materials page
------Bullet page, students can come back and fill in any extra materials they use later on.
---Setting up the experiment page
------A brief look at a set up based on the guided hypothesis.
---Steps page
------Students write the steps for their experiment.
---Recording Data page
------Explanation on some ways to record our data and results, from the basic table to video.
---Recording My Data page
------Students decide on a way to record their results and explain why they believe it is the best way to do so.
---Recording Data/Results page
------Blank page where students can record data. If necessary print out extra.
---Conclusion page
------A simple set up to conclude the experiment. With an example based on the guided hypothesis.
---My Conclusion page
------Students write their own conclusion to their experiment.
---Share page
------Students are asked to share their findings. As well as compare their findings with classmates who may have had a different hypothesis.
Total Pages
15 pages
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N/A
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