This one-week science apple lab engages kids in the scientific method. They ask a question, hypothesize, identify variables for a fair test, measure, observe, record data, graph, and draw conclusions.
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- 2 pages of lesson plans
- 1 page to list steps in process
- 1 page to record observations
- 1 page of bar graphs (available with or without numbers on the y-axis)
- 1 page line graph (available with or without numbers on the y-axis)
After generating a question and hypothesizing, kids observe and mass three apples each day - whole, halved, and sliced. They record their results in a table. Data are then displayed on bar and line graphs. Finally, students write their results and conclusions.
This simple activity provides just the right amount of complexity for the beginning of the school year. Third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade students become little scientists!
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I'm committed to continual improvement. This resource was updated and enhanced on November 24, 2020.