Scientific method interactive notebook

Enhance your science curriculum with an interactive notebook that guides students through the steps of the scientific method. Explore top ideas to make learning engaging and hands-on.
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We’ve finished our second week of school! The best part? We’re finally settling into a nice routine. It’s been stressful to say the least… To take off the edge, I’ve started running again… But, I’m excited to see how far I can take my big third graders! We’ve dived right into our curriculum! This week, […]

liz stevens
Use this Scientific Method Flip Book FREEBIE to guide your students with ANY experiment! Humour, Pre K, Scientific Method Activities, Scientific Method Elementary, Scientific Method Interactive Notebook, Science Method, Science Lessons, Science Activities, Science Education

It's officially summer here (and I hope it is where you are too)! I'm trying to keep my own kids busy this summer, like many of you, so I decided some simple summer science experiments could be a super fun way to pass the time and sneak in learning {sorry kids- your mom's a teacher!}. My own children are younger, so I used this experiment as a great way to introduce a basic scientific method and show them how you can conduct an experiment. Read about this fun experiment and grab my…

Candice Richards
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Do your 5th and 6th grade students struggle to understand the scientific method? This FREE booklet uses student-friendly definitions and explanations to guide your students through the steps of a science experiment, from making observations, conducting an experiment, analyzing results, and finding

Tejidos Ixchel
Teaching the Kid: The Scientific Method Foldable

I saw this cute fold-able online that was very similar to how this one turned out. I borrowed the examples that the other teacher had done for her class and used the same example for my class. This has been a great tool and my students have already used it a lot as they go through the method in class and especially in preparation for our quizzes. Open your interactive notebooks to page 3. This is right at the beginning of our first unit. Open it up and you have the step names. Open it up one…

Shannan Ravetti