This animated, meaningful, student friendly, and easy to understand scientific method story will assist your students in understanding the steps involved and the process of the scientific method. This story can be used at any grade level. Your students will establish a strong scientific method foundation as they learn, master, and develop a conceptual understanding of the scientific method through this dynamic short story. Join Lindsay in this story as she uses the six steps of the scientific method to assist her in conducting an investigation involving a cat and a dog as a pet. The story telling format, content, colorful, and hilarious cartoon illustrations will excite, engage, and stimulate your students’ minds as they explore each step of the scientific method in a fun and easy way. Observe and celebrate as your students’ navigate through the story and learn how to make inferences, predictions, gather information, hypothesize, analyze data, and draw conclusions. During and after the story, students will encounter questions at various levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. These knowledge level and higher order thinking questions will check for students’ understanding of content and expose them to the initial concept of problem solving and critical thinking. Teachers can use this activity as a teaching tool for individual instruction, whole group instruction, peer tutoring, and cooperative learning groups. As for students, teachers can use this story to establish their prior knowledge of the scientific method before teaching. In addition, this activity can be used as a pre and post assessment, sponge activity, review, reinforcement of content, and as an enrichment activity.