A science experiment for your science fair! This is a complete science fair project, including printables for your tri-fold, photos of the apples in this science project, and possible student hypotheses.
Just print out, add your class name, additional children’s quotes and drawings (if you’d like), and glue onto a tri-fold, which you may purchase at an office, school or craft supply store for about $5.00.
The standard tri-fold, 48” w X 36 h” is ideal.
The writing is on borderless paper so you may choose which pages to use, as well as the layout. The Tri-fold pages total 23.
GREAT FOR YOUR FALL UNIT ON APPLES!
• Print onto various colored paper (especially the Title Page).
• Mount sheets onto colored paper before you glue to the tri-fold.
• Re-create a title out of decorative letters.
• Add children’s customized hypotheses, observations, or results.
• Add your own green and red apple to display with the tri-fold. Apples will take approximately 4 weeks to rot.
• Or, use the photos of apples included here.
• You may create a small graph of the children’s hypotheses.
Common Core Aligned.
For a large, colorful view of these pages, simply open the PDF on your Smartboard.
Perfect for Grades K – 2. It will also work as a science fair project in Grades 3 - 5. It's a great way to teach kids how to create a science fair project using the scientific method.
--Step-by-Step instructions to set up your science project tri-fold
--The Scientific Method outline
--How to make your science project trifold "pop!"
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It will take approximately 4 weeks for apples to rot, with typical room temperatures. Soft or bruised apples placed in a small, warm box will rot faster. So will organic apples with no wax coating. If you place the apples in a brown paper bag, the naturally present enzymes that cause growth and decay, will emit ethylene oxide and the apples will ripen much faster. Don't refrigerate the apples.
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