Observation, inference, and hypothesis are core scientific skills and content at many levels. However, they are frequent areas of confusion for students. This product includes at least 4 ways to practice/reinforce.
You will get cards with 16 examples each of observations, inferences, and hypotheses. This produce also includes 10 images that are ideal to be used for practice making observations and inferences. Finally, it includes a sorting mat for doing a card sort. This set can be used multiple ways.
The files are provided in PDF format (for the cards) and as images (.jpg files). This gives the user the option to use the images as you see fit. This set also includes 2 blank powerpoint slides with the same background template so the user can modify or add cards as needed.
The cards can be used for a card sort (observation, inference, and hypothesis). The cards can also be used to match up an observation, an inference, and a hypothesis on the same topic to model the scientific process, and the practice seeing how those pieces fit together. Students can receive one or two and fill in the other information (given an observation, make an inference).
**All pictures, graphics, and artwork in our lessons are either purchased legally for use or are created by Science in the City**
- Purchase of the product is for single classroom use by the purchaser only. It is a violation for individuals, schools, and districts to redistribute, edit, sell, or post this item on the Internet or to other individuals. Disregarding the copyright is a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and subject to legal action.
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