Scientific Method Bundle - Activities - Worksheets - Student Workbook!

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Excellent resource! I have used it for a few years now and having the availability to pick and choose keeps it fresh for the students!
These resources really clarified concepts for my in person and distance learners. Well organized, well written and engaging!

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    Start your year off with a BANG with these AWESOME, time tested, science teacher approved scientific method labs, PPT, task cards, reading/homework worksheets, review sheets, and quiz. That's EVERYTHING you'll need to teach the scientific method and you'll have a blast doing it! You'll have your pick with these 4 labs, try a new one each year!

    This bundle now includes a STUDENT WORKBOOK and TEACHER WORKBOOK (key). If you haven't tried teaching with workbooks- it may be time to try it. It is LIFE CHANGING! These workbooks are found in the BONUS FILE of the bundle. There is also a link to the GOOGLE SLIDES DIGITAL version of the workbook.

    You have OPTIONS!

    A) Download everything and use as needed

    B) Download BONUS FILE ONLY, and use workbooks.

    C) A combination of A and B

    D) Use the digital version of the workbook!


    **This ENTIRE bundle and student workbook are now also offered in The Scientific Method and Metric System Mega-Bundle with Student Workbooks!**

    Included Resources:

    Back to School Scientific Method PowerPoint

    A super informative presentation on the scientific method. Great for a review or introduction. Appropriate for grades 7-10. Includes descriptions of hypothesis, control and variable. Describes what to include in a comprehensive conclusion. A great overview if you intend on competing in science fair!!

    Scientific Method Lab Activities

    Looking for an activity to jazz up your back to school scientific method unit?! Here are three scientific method lab activities to start your year off with a bang! The well known 'Drops on a Penny' is included, along with 'Spring a Leak?' and 'Where the Green Grass Grows.' FUN, EASY and CHEAP activities to start your year off! Your students will go home and rave to their parents about how much fun your science class is!

    These are the PERFECT follow up to an introduction to the scientific method, but can also stand alone!

    Materials needed for all 3: pennies, eyedroppers, cups of water, paper towels, plastic sandwich bags, sharp pencils, 2 pots, potting soil (or just soil from your back yard), grass seed, water.

    'Drops on a Penny' takes about 30 minutes, 'Spring a Leak?' takes about 20-30 minutes and 'Where the Green Grass Grows is a long term ( 1-2 weeks/ about 5-10 minutes a day) project. You can easily vary the amount of background information you give to the students based on their grade level and ability. THIS IS GREAT HANDS-ON SCIENCE for grades 4-8. Have fun!

    The Scientific Method Bubble Experiment

    Have you always wanted to do the Bubble Lab and didn't know how? Or have lab sheets? Who has the TIME?! This is my new GO TO FAVORITE Scientific Method Lab Activity for 8th grade. It is SPOT ON. Teacher directions included for mixing solutions and what to expect. Two pages of student lab sheets.

    I use this experiment to review Scientific Method with a focus on data analysis, specifically calculating averages and % increase. Extra practice problems with key are included.

    Scientific Method Worksheets

    This resource contains 3 separate scientific method worksheets that can be used for classwork or homework. Each worksheet contains two columns. The left column describes a scenario in which the scientific method was used and the right column contains questions that correlate to what is being read in the left column. Answer keys provided for easy grading.

    The three scenarios/ stories provided increase in difficulty. The questions also increase in difficulty and each focus on different aspects of the scientific method. These make great sub plans! My students enjoy these every year!

    Scientific Method Review Task Cards

    Looking for anything OTHER than a worksheet to review the scientific method? Check out these 20 Scientific Method Review task cards! They are very "doable" for middle school students. Post them around your room and have students race to record their answers. Then go through the answers. A much better review than "just another worksheet."

    This little pack contains 20 task cards and answer key to review the scientific method. The questions are appropriate for grades 6-8 and there is a slight emphasis on independent and dependent variables. I also included a handout and answer key that explains the difference between independent and dependent variables and has students identify the variables in example problems. Enjoy!

    Scientific Method Sorting Cards

    Need a scientific method review activity for early finishers? My students love these sorting cards because it allows them to review the scientific method without writing or doing a worksheet. After completing a scientific method lab activity, I have my students sort these cards for review. It makes a great formative assessment!

    Scientific Method Review Sheets and Quiz

    Ready to close up your scientific method unit? Take a quick dive into independent vs dependent variables, review important vocabulary, and apply the steps of the scientific method. Finally, a simple matching quiz. I like to use an easier assessment on the first unit so my middle schoolers can feel successful and have a positive view of science for the upcoming year.

    Scientific Method Drag and Drop Digital Activity for Distance Learning

    This resource utilizes Google slides in a drag and drop activity to review the steps of the scientific method, independent vs. dependent variable, and other vocabulary associated with the scientific method.

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Follow precisely a multistep procedure when carrying out experiments, taking measurements, or performing technical tasks.
    Evaluate competing design solutions using a systematic process to determine how well they meet the criteria and constraints of the problem.
    Develop a model to generate data for iterative testing and modification of a proposed object, tool, or process such that an optimal design can be achieved.
    Define the criteria and constraints of a design problem with sufficient precision to ensure a successful solution, taking into account relevant scientific principles and potential impacts on people and the natural environment that may limit possible solutions.
    Analyze data from tests to determine similarities and differences among several design solutions to identify the best characteristics of each that can be combined into a new solution to better meet the criteria for success.


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