This bundle by Suzanne Buras includes 12 different packets that focus on the Scientific Method. All of the packets can be purchased separately or as this bundle which is discounted by 20%.
Science Fairs and the Scientific Method: A Step-by-Step Guide
It's Science, But Is It Scientific Method?
Mass, Volume, Density Labs
Surface Tension Lab
Rate of Speed Lab
Testing Paper Airplane Model Lab
Momentum and Mass Lab
Does Air Weigh Anything? Lab
Potential and Kinetic Energy Transformation Lab
Creating a Catapult: Precision and Accuracy La
Race to the Earth: Gravity and Air Resistance Lab
The National Science Education Standards states that "Scientific inquiry reflects how scientists come to understand the natural world, and it is at the heart of how students learn. From a very early age, children interact with their environment, ask questions, and seek ways to answer those questions. Understanding science content is significantly enhanced when ideas are anchored to inquiry experiences. Scientific inquiry is a powerful way of understanding science content. Students learn how to ask questions and use evidence to answer them. In the process of learning the strategies of scientific inquiry, students learn to conduct an investigation and collect evidence from a variety of sources, develop an explanation from the data, and communicate and defend their conclusions. The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) recommends that all K–16 teachers embrace scientific inquiry and is committed to helping educators make it the centerpiece of the science classroom. The use of scientific inquiry will help ensure that students develop a deep understanding of science and scientific inquiry." (NSTA Position Statement: Science Inquiry. 2004, http://www.nsta.org/about/positions/inquiry.aspx.)