Celebrate Valentine’s Day and practice the scientific method with these fun coloring worksheets. The three different worksheets in this set give your students practice with independent variables, dependent variables, constants, and hypotheses. In the worksheets, students read scientific questions and identify the variables by coloring hearts. Then they write hypotheses. Each worksheet is one page. Answer keys are included. Read below for more information about each worksheet or click on PREVIEW.
Students are given two hearts to color for each problem. One is the independent variable and the other is the dependent variable. They must identify the variables by coloring them correctly. Then they write a hypothesis.
Students are given three hearts to color for each problem—an independent variable, a dependent variable, and a constant. They must identify the variables by coloring them correctly.
There are three scientific questions. Students must identify and color the independent and dependent variables from the selection of six hearts. Then they write a hypothesis for each question.
You might also be interested in the following variables and hypotheses resources:
--Cupcake Variables Coloring Worksheet Set
--Variable Superheroes Assignment
--Independent and Dependent Variable Interactive Notebook Pages
--Hypotheses and Variables Worksheet Package
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