Science lab reports should be fun for EVERY scientist! These printable templates will address your students' needs when conducting an investigation, experiment, or science report. There are 7 different formats to choose from, each with their own unique facilitation style.
This template allows students to follow the scientific method with all 7 components included in easy-to-fill bubbles. This has been used as a standard lab-write up for science experiments.
This template follows the Next Generation Science Standards approach to explaining and supporting a researched argument. This has been used as an investigative format for written science reports, and it can also be used for in-class demonstrations.
This template follows the scientific method in an easy-to-complete model. This has been used for students who may struggle with pg. 1. Consider this template modified version that may meet the needs of special needs learners.
This template is much like pg. 3 but with more space for a written response. This has been useful to encourage students to elaborate with written explanations. Consider this template when practicing writing detailed descriptions.
This template follows a STEM design process. This has been useful when creating a science model or system that solves a solution to a problem. For example, bridges, moving objects, visual displays, simple machines, energy simulations, etc.
This template focuses on variables. There is one side for a control group and another for an experimental group. Students can use this template when understanding the difference between adding or removing variables in an experiment.
This template follows the scientific method with helpful tips along the way. It puts the steps in order to show progression of an investigation or experiment. Provide this template as an alternative for students to complete during a lab.