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The series of worksheets you will find in this section will really test your understanding of the concept of the scientific method. You will be put to the test in many diverse scenarios. We start by learning the order of the steps of process and the history of how value was attributed to this process. We learn how to form and write valid hypotheses. We learn how to identify and classify variables that can affect the outcome of an experiment. Students will learn how to keep all conditions in the environment the tests are taking place to limit inaccuracies in our data collection process. We learn how to identify a control and decide upon proper experimental groups that should be tested through the course of this. We learn how to collect data and then analyze that data through the use of data tables and charts. From that data analysis we then learn how to draw acceptable and valid conclusions while taken all things into considerations.

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## Starting the Process

The scientific method is basically an organized way to investigate something that interests you, when you want to find out why something happens the way it does. It all starts with a question.

## The Process Page 2

After scientists complete an experiment they report their conclusions. Each branch of science has a report format for publishing the results of experiments. If you do an experiment for a science fair project you will report your conclusions on a poster board for everyone to see. Y

## Understanding the Process

Put the step number next to each step of the scientific method for this problem.

## Practice with the Method

In 1872 a wealthy railroad tycoon named Leland Stanford (Stanford University is named after him) made a bet with a friend about a galloping horse. Put the step number next to each step of the scientific method for this problem.

## Historic Process of the Method

Gregor Mendel was an Austrian monk who lived from 1822 until 1884. He performed some of the first research ever in heredity. Mendel grew an estimated 28,000 pea plants over eight years. Students can perform an experiment that is similar to one of his famous experiments with pea plants.

## Understanding Hypotheses

A hypothesis is testable if you can create a controlled experiment that will give you more information. This hypothesis is testable because you can experiment with two groups of plants of the same species.

## Practice with Hypotheses

Write a testable hypothesis for these situations. The beauty of this worksheet is that there are a ton of different approaches that you can take.

## Hypothesis Practice

Have another go at these types of questions.

## Understanding Dependent and Independent Variables

Experiments test the influence of one thing over another. A proper experiment compares two or more things but changes only one variable or factor in the experiment.

## Identifying Dependent and Independent Variables

Identify the dependent and independent variables in the following cases.

## Practice with Dependent and Independent Variables

Exercises with dependent and independent variables, understanding control and experimental groups.

The way to show that a hypothesis is true or false is to design and complete an experiment.

## Identifying Control and Experimental Groups

Identify the control and experimental groups in the following cases.

## Practice with Control and Experimental Groups

Exercises with control and experimental groups.

The control group does not get the factor being tested. The experimental group does get the factor being tested.

## Writing Experiment Conclusions

The conclusion gives a snapshot of what you accomplished so it contains summary information about the experiment as well as the conclusions.

## Identifying Experiment Conclusions

Write one sentence to the right of the graph that summarizes what the data shows in each of these experiments.

## Practice with Experiment Conclusions

Exercises with experiment conclusions, exercise set one.

Researchers at Pur-Rite Pharmaceutical Company also developed a new additive for cattle feed that they hope will cause beef cattle to gain weight faster so they can be sent to market sooner.

## Exercise Set Two

The executives in charge of advertising for Big Spill brand of paper towels want to advertise that Big Spill towels absorb twice as much water as Good Buy brand.

## Exercise Set Three

In a taste test consumers preferred Healthy Meal brand frozen enchilada dinner over the other best-selling brand.

## Exercise Set Four

If you make ice cubes from warm water the cubes freeze faster than if you made them from cold water.

## Exercise Set Five

The vacuum seal method of storing chicken in the freezer results in less freezer burn than storing the chicken in a freezer storage bag.

## Stroop Effect

What happens if you ask someone to name the color of letters printed on a flash card if the letters spell the name of another color?

## Scientific Method - Inertia and Momentum

A basic scientific principle is that a body in motion remains in motion unless stopped by an outside force and a body at rest remains at rest unless moved by an outside force.

## Effect of Light on Fall Leaf Colors

Do leaves need sunlight in order to change color in the fall?

## Water Absorption in Plants and Flowers

How do plants absorb and use water?

## Iron and Magnetism

Swish the magnet through the cereal mixture making certain that the magnet reaches the bottom of the bowl because the iron will sink to the bottom.

## Oxidation of Cut Apples

A cut apple turns brown after a few minutes. People don't like to eat brown apple slices but you'd like to serve cut up fruit to your guests who are coming in half an hour.

## Oxidation of Cut Apples by Variety

Form a conclusion from what is presented.

## What Is the Scientific Method?

Scientists use many methods to uncover evidence and draw conclusions, but the scientific method is at the root of all experiments. This method is a guideline that aids people in testing their ideas and finding evidence that can show us the relationships between things, forming the foundation of discovery.

It is a means of using experiments to solve a problem or answer a scientific question. It includes doing experiments, gathering information, and then making conclusions about what you have discovered.

It is a fundamental scientific concept and is the basis for all scientific discoveries. So, let's discuss what the scientific method entails and go through the steps to understand how you can test, examine, and draw conclusions about the world around us.

This is a process that can help you in all walks of life, not just in a science lab. The basic overview of the method requires you first to identify a problem or truth that you are seeking. It could be something as simple as "does water help plants grow?" After you determine the problem you need to come up with a prediction of what you think the answer to the question is. After that we design an experiment to test this prediction. After we gather all the data from the experiment, we examine the data and draw a conclusion. From there we share and discuss all the data with others.

An Explanation of the Six Steps

No matter what your problem or question is, whether it's something small or something big, the scientific method always makes use of the same six steps:

• Research the topic.
• Form a hypothesis or testable explanation.
• Test with an experiment.
• Analyze the data.
• Draw a conclusion.

Let's take a closer look and go through the scientific method together.

This first step is where you get to ask any scientific question you want an answer to. Keep in mind the question needs to be something you can test. The questions typically begin with how, what, where, when, who, why, or which.

For example, "how can I make a plant grow faster?" or "when was the universe created?" The latter question would be pretty tricky to answer, but the first one is testable! Once you have your question, you can move on to the next step.

2. Research the Topic

You'll need to have some background information to test something. The more you know about a subject, the easier it will be to conduct the experiments and come to your conclusions. Not doing research could result in mistakes that might skew the data you collect during your investigation.

3. Form a Hypothesis or Testable Explanation

Forming a hypothesis (an educated guess) is when you predict what you think will happen using all the information you have gathered so far.

For example, it is reasonable to assume that "plants that have fertilizer in the soil will grow faster than those without." Now that you have predicted what will happen, it's time for the fun part - the experiment!

4. Test With an Experiment

You will need to design an experiment to test if your hypothesis is correct. In other words, this is when you figure out if you're right or wrong.

There might be multiple tests you need to do to come to the correct conclusion and ensure you didn't get there by accident. If you're running many trials, it is better to change only one variable at a time, which allows for the highest level of accuracy.

5. Analyze the Data

Once your experiment is complete, you'll need to analyze all the data you have gathered. You can do this using graphs, charts, diagrams, etc. This charting aims to find out if your hypothesis is supported or contradicted. If the experiment results don't support your original theory, you can change your hypothesis and run more tests.

6. Draw a Conclusion

Conclude whether you accept or reject your hypothesis. In many cases, the experiment will not support your theory, but that's okay – you can start over with a new understanding of how things work.

The last thing that needs to happen is to communicate your findings. You can do this by writing a report or giving a talk on the subject.

In short, the scientific method is an excellent way to study and learn things while getting to do fun and exciting experiments! Whenever you have a question about science, nature, or even the universe, you can always follow these six steps to find the answer, or at least get one step closer to finding it!

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Kids of all ages love conducting science experiments as part of their science education. Use these scientific method worksheets to teach about the steps of the scientific method.

Also as templates when your kids are doing their own experiments.

If you are looking for some basic worksheets to use with your kids then check out the resrouces described below.

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Basics of scientific method, scientific method template, starting with a question, conduct research, making a prediction, materials list and safety, results of the experiment, bonus coloring sheet, additional science printables, terms of use.

You can use the diagram sheets with elementary students and middle school aged kids. I made two versions, one a guided cut and paste along with a blank diagram.

The image below shows the cut and paste version which comes with printable pictures to go along with each of the steps.

1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students can practice the scientific method steps with the guided cut and paste worksheet.

While older children in 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade can use the blank version to write and draw their own illustrations.

However, you know your kids best and can use either sheet with any of the ages listed above!

Even high school aged kids can benefit from a quick review of the different steps of the scientific method before conducting a scientific investigation.

Either sheet would be a great way to introduce the method as part of an introductory lesson.

The core of the scientific method is that it is a process to be explored , not just memorized.

If you have ever made an observation which then sparked a question, then you know what I am talking about.

Working through a problem using a series of steps is the basic idea behind the this method.

The nature of science is to use data collected from an experiment to answer a question.

Often times, the results spark more questions and then lead to more scientific investigations. Which is awesome!

For ideas and science concepts to explore by grade, check out the Next Generation Science Standards .

Now the fun part begins...designing and conducting experiments with your kids. The best way for children to learn the scientific method is to actually practice the scientific process!

Keep it simple and try out this cloud experiment with your kids. Or let them plan and design their own science experiment using this worksheet to record their process.

If you are looking to explore different variables, this apple browning experiment is a fun option. Or even try making a cloud in a jar together!

This worksheet keeps it simple. My goal was to make a basic template that will not overwhelm budding young scientists.

I did not include spaces for kids to record dependent variables, independent variable, and the control group.

However, if your kids are ready for that next step, they can write down the different variables in a science notebook.

On the top of the printable is room for your kids to write the question they want to explore. This usually is sparked by an observation.

For example, you may notice a new plant turning yellow in the window. Your kids may come up with a few questions based off of that observation:

• What causes a plant to turn yellow?
• Will over watering turn a plant's leaves yellow?
• Can under watering make the leaves yellow?
• If a plant needs nutrients will its leaves turn yellow?

Any one of these questions can be turned into a scientific inquiry. Have your kids write down their question in the space provided.

In the space to the right of the question is room two record some research. Books, online articles, and even asking other people what they know is considered research.

Encourage your kids to write a few short points they learned through their research in that space.

This step is often missing on scientific method worksheets, but I really feel that this step is important.

Even having a quick conversation with a young child will help them to build a better understanding about what they are going to explore in the experiment.

Making first hand connections to what you are learning about is the difference between simply going through the motions and understanding the scientific process.

In a true scientific inquiry, the hypothesis would be written as an "If...then..." statement. But again, we are keeping it simple here.

Give your kids time to make a prediction. What do they think will happen? They can even write down why they think that will happen.

Going back to the yellowing plant scenario, maybe they predict that giving a plant too much water will cause its leaves to turn yellow.

Perfect, have them write that down.

To see if their hypothesis is correct, your kids will carry out an experiment.

On the worksheet there is room to record the supplies they will need along with any safety tips they should follow.

These are both usually written in list form. Along with each supply, make sure they write how many of each item is needed.

Example: 4 potted plants

You can either come up with your own experiment or find one online or a book.

Here is where your kids will write down the steps for their experiment. This is a numbered list written in the correct order.

I like to think of this part as the directions for making a recipe. Make sure each step is specific and easy to understand.

It must be the science teacher in me, but I love data tables, graphs, and really any type of chart!

In this space your kids can draw illustrations with labels to show what happens during the experiment.

A chart or data table is a great way to organize the information your kids collect.

These are really helpful when collection numerical data such as temperature or time.

Rather than writing numbers haphazardly within the section, making a table keeps everything nice and organized.

Of course, numbers are only one type of data, your kids can make scientific drawings or sketches too!

Helpful Hint: decide what type of observations you are going to record before beginning the experiment.

The final step of the scientific method is to draw conclusions.

How did the data compare to your hypothesis? In other words, what are the results of the experiment?

Kids love sharing what they learned with others. On the sheet they can write down how the data supports or disproves their hypothesis.

Take it one step further and make a list of additional questions that can explored.

Kids can also make a presentation or verbally share their results with others.

If more than one child ran the same experiment it would be fun to compare data and results with each other!

You can make your own science fair even at home by setting up a table and displaying their work.

By giving them time to explain the process, they are deepening their understanding of the scientific process.

Who doesn't like coloring? This free scientific method coloring sheet is a fun way to reinforce the different steps of the process.

Each stage features a black and white image that your kids can color.

A great independent activity for your kids to do while learning about conducting experiments.

Free printables are a great way to do science with your kids. Whether you are teaching a science class to a group of students or homeschooling one child.

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August 19, 2022 at 9:38 am

This looks great! Looking forward to see how my students do with it. Thank you for the resource, Leonard

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Looking forward to start having fun with my students.

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Thank you very much!

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This makes teaching this way more fun than how I was taught in school! Thank you!

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You're very welcome Sera! Enjoy

May 17, 2023 at 4:33 am

Hello Julie!

Thank you so much for writing a post and creating a lesson pack for the scientific method. Big help for a homeschool mom like me 🙂

May 25, 2023 at 7:23 pm

Hi Arge! You're very welcome! I hope you and your kids enjoy learning about the scientific method together!

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## How to Write a Lab Report

Middle-school students are just beginning to use experimentation to observe and test scientific theory. Usually, sixth-grade science lessons introduce the scientific method as the standard procedure for the development of a lab report for class experiments. Models vary, but most basic versions of the scientific method include six steps, with additional steps added in the event of an experiment flaw. Use activity sheets to help students discover and understand the construction of the scientific method.

## What Comes First/Next Worksheet

In order to carry out a successful scientific experiment, each step must be carried out in strict order. In other words, you cannot draw conclusions without first analyzing your data. Provide students with a worksheet that lists each step of the scientific method out of order. Instruct students to cut out each step, then glue them onto another sheet of construction paper in the order they should be performed. Students should not number the steps. Next, students must draw arrows from one step to another, demonstrating the addition of an extra step if the experiment is flawed.

Provide students with a worksheet listing several imaginary lab reports for simple experiments. Each report should contain the steps scientists used; however, steps should not be labeled. Each report should have one step missing. Students must review each report and identify the missing scientific-method step. For example, one experiment could test what happens when you mix green and blue food coloring. The report lists the Question/Problem, hypothesis, materials, procedure, and conclusions, but fails to mention the data and observation step.

Students can use their imagination combined with logic to come up with their own scientific experiments in an attempt to problem-solve. Provide students with a worksheet that outlines a basic problem they may encounter every day. For example, Jim claims most people like vanilla better than chocolate. Sam claims most people like chocolate better than vanilla. How can you stop them from arguing? Students must develop a hypothesis for an experiment. They must detail the outline of the project. Who would be tested? What would be used for testing? What controls would need to be used? What kinds of observations might help to predict the conclusions? When students have completed their worksheets, discuss a proper scientific method for research so students can see where their own experiments may have succeeded or may have been flawed.

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• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 1 minute 1 pt A series of steps used by scientists to solve a problem or answer a question.  scientific method recipe data collection metric system

Which is NOT a step in the scientific method?

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• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 1 minute 1 pt This variable in an experiment is the one being changed by the scientist.  dependent variable independent variable data control group
• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 1 minute 1 pt What is a hypothesis? A hypothesis is the right answer to an experiment. A hypothesis is the wrong answer to an experiment. A hypothesis is an educated guess. I don't know.
• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 1 minute 1 pt The summary at the end of an experiment that explains the results.  conclusion procedures materials responding variable
• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 2 minutes 1 pt The name of the information that you get from your experiment (you organize it into charts and graphs). observations conclusion data variables hypothesis
• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 3 minutes 1 pt An experiment is performed on plants to see how different liquids affect plant growth. Each plant in the experiment is given a different liquid; water, apple juice, or milk. Each plant has the same amount of soil, sunlight, and listens to the same music. In this investigation, the independent variable is ... The type of plant The amount of sunlight The type of music The type of liquid
• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 1 minute 1 pt Dependent variable means the scientist controls what to test educated guess ask a question what is being measured

What is the first step in the scientific method?

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If I ride my bike to school instead of walking, then I will get to school faster. What is the dependent variable? What can you MEASURE??

How fast you get to school

Riding a bike or walking

• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 2 minutes 1 pt Will a construction paper air plane fly faster than an airplane made from notebook paper? Choose the best hypothesis. If I make a paper airplane from notebook paper, then it will fly faster than construction paper. Yes. No. I think the construction paper air plane will fly faster.
• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 2 minutes 1 pt Which side of a penny will hold more drops of water? Choose the best hypothesis. If I use the heads side of a penny, then it will hold more drops of water than tails. Heads Tails Tails will hold more drops of water.
• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 2 minutes 1 pt If I study for my scientific method test, then I will have a better test score. What is the dependent variable? Scientific Method Studying Independent variable Test score
• Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 2 minutes 1 pt If I read this question carefully, then I will answer it correctly. What is the independent variable? I hope so Yes Reading or not reading carefully Likelihood of a correct answer

Before beginning an experiment you must first make a ____.

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What are the steps of the scientific method in order?

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What is a control/constant?

The things in the experiment you keep the SAME

The things you change

The things that lead to a conclusion

An experiment is performed on plants to see how different liquids affect plant growth. Each plant in the experiment is given a different liquid; water, apple juice, or milk. Each plant has the same amount of soil, sunlight, and listens to the same music. In this investigation, the dependent variable is ...

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An experiment is performed on plants to see how different liquids affect plant growth. Each plant in the experiment is given a different liquid; water, apple juice, or milk. Each plant has the same amount of soil, sunlight, and listens to the same music. In this investigation, the constants are...

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Practice Each sentence below describes a step of the Scientific Method. Match each sentence to the correct step of the Scientific Method. Check your answers on the next slide. 1. Susan said, "If I fertilize my plants, they will blossom". 2. Angela's experiment proved that earthworms move away from light. 3. Bob read about growing plants in water.

C, B, A, D, E Grade 6 Scientific Method It's the part of the Scientific Method that uses the data to help explain the results of the experiment. What is it called? purpose hypothesis observation conclusion Grade 6 Scientific Method Before you can form a hypothesis, you need to state the problem or question. perform an experiment.

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The series of worksheets you will find in this section will really test your understanding of the concept of the scientific method. You will be put to the test in many diverse scenarios. We start by learning the order of the steps of process and the history of how value was attributed to this process. We learn how to form and write valid ...

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Exploring the Scientific Method The scientific method is a process that scientists use to better understand the world around them. It includes making observations and asking a question, forming a hypothesis, designing an experiment, collecting and analyzing data, and drawing a conclusion. This is sometimes also referred to as scientific inquiry.

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9. 6th Grade Science Scientific Method Worksheet

Factors in an experiment that are kept the same. Control. The standard that is used for comparison. Evaluate why experiments should be repeated. To make sure conclusions are valid. Compare and contrast control and constant. A control is standard used for comparison. A _______ is a factor in an experiment that stays the same.

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Whether conducting a mind-blowing biology experiment, exploring the power of chemical reactions, or unraveling the mysteries of physics, this scientific method worksheet guides students through the systematic process of questioning, researching, hypothesizing, experimenting, analyzing, and sharing.

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scientific method. a problem solving tool used by scientists to determine the validity of a hypothesis. validity. accuracy or correctness. (1) identify the problem. the problem should be stated in the form of a question. this is what you are trying to figure out. (2) research/collect data. to investigate current information about something.

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Scientific Method Worksheet | 6th grade Created by Butterflies in the Room This Scientific Method Worksheet is a great way to assess students' understanding of the scientific investigation process.This resource is ideal for grades 6-8. It covers the steps of the scientific method.

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The steps of the scientific method are: 1. Ask a question. 2. Make a hypothesis. 3. Test the hypothesis with an experiment. 4. Analyze the results of the experiment. 5. Draw a conclusion. 6. Communicate results. If this is the first time you're studying the scientific method, you can use the worksheet to fill in the steps of Galileo's ...

the independent. the x variable. the dependent. the conclusion. Grade 6 Scientific Method. A scientist wants to test the effects of a chemical on apple growth. He sprays an orchard with the chemical. A second orchard does not get sprayed with the chemical. In the fall, the number of apples from each orchard is counted.

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Explore printable Science worksheets for 6th Grade Science worksheets for Grade 6 are an essential resource for teachers looking to engage their students in the fascinating world of science. These worksheets cover a wide range of topics, including the scientific method, ecosystems, energy, and the human body, providing a comprehensive and ...

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6th Grade Activity Sheets for Scientific Method Diane Todd Middle-school students are just beginning to use experimentation to observe and test scientific theory. Usually, sixth-grade science lessons introduce the scientific method as the standard procedure for the development of a lab report for class experiments.

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Scientific Method Unit 4 "Questions" worksheet Write a testable question for each of the following ideas for experiments. 1. You want to figure out how many pine cones are on the average branch of a pine tree. 2. You want to know whether or not a McDonald's super-sized fry has more fries in it than a large fry. 3.

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Level: 7W. Language: English (en) ID: 355853. 09/09/2020. Country code: KY. Country: Cayman Islands. School subject: Science (1061951) Main content: Steps of the Scientific Method (1870875) Matching the steps of the scientific method with examples.

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Step-by-step procedures of scientific problem solving; recognizing the problem, forming a hypothesis, testing the hypothesis, analyzing the data, and drawing conclusions. Bits of information that can be gathered through your eyes, ears, and senses of touch, taste, and smell. Conclusion based on an observation.

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