This is a scientific method interactive notebook activity that is totally digital
Here is a video preview that gives you a glimpse into the digital interactive notebooking world.
This original product is provided through a link to Google Drive, and allows you and your students to access, edit, and print files from any computer or device. Students work on their digital INB directly in the file on their device or computer. This product will also work with Microsoft OneDrive (instructions included). Everything you need is found in the zip folder (PDF with directions and links).
Two versions for differentiation
Examining Groups and Variables- 5 pages that covers control group, independent variable, dependent variable, and experimental group. Set up in a visually appealing and scaffolded way to avoid brain burn out! Two thought-provoking questions included.
Examining Variables- 4 pages that cover the control group, dependent variable and independent variable. One thought provoking question included. Great for lower levels/grades.
These digital activities help to reinforce the following topics:
What's the story with DIGITAL
✮ Say goodbye to the "trusty" copy machine!
✮ No Paper, no cutting!
✮ NO mess!
✮ Expand the lives of your colored pencils, scissors, and glue sticks- they are not required.
✮ Students can personalize their masterpieces!
✮ Option to print.
✮ Great supplement to traditional paper interactive notebooks.
If you are looking for a traditional scientific method activity, you can find a similar paper version here:
Scientific Method Bundle
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