Use these interactive notebook pages as an introduction to qualitative and quantitative observations. The first page goes over definitions, differences, and examples. The second page lets students work with the ideas they just learned by creating their own qualitative and quantitative observations in different ways.
To complete the notes in class, read the teacher's notes aloud while the students complete their copy of the notes. After taking notes, students can work together to identify the different parts of the example conclusion. This method of note-taking is especially helpful for students with special needs and ELL students.
It includes a student version and a teacher version with the answers.
This resource is part of two different discounted packages.
The first is the Qualitative and Quantitative Observations Bundled Science Package
, which includes these INB pages, an activity, a worksheet, and an assessment. Alternatively, you can get this resource as a part of the Scientific Method Interactive Notebook Bundled PACKAGE
, which comes with INB pages for seven different topics of the scientific method.
The pages are made to fit in an interactive notebook. Have students trim the edges and glue the pages in their interactive notebooks. For information about how to set up an interactive notebook in your classroom, please visit my How to Set Up an Interactive Notebook blog post
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