Science Lab Worksheet

MCCPS Science Lab Worksheet

Question
What is the question?

Hypothesis
What is the hypothesis? (a statement you can test)

Prediction
What is the prediction? (Based on the hypothesis, If we do this, then that will happen)

Materials
What materials were used? How much of what stuff? What equipment did you use?

Procedure
How did you test this? What steps did you use? How many times (how many trials of different things)? How many different ways? What was measured? Will you test different designs in the same way, or the same design in different ways?

Observations
Observations/Inferences: List all of your data (times, lengths, speeds, weights, volume) in a table, according to the number of trials. Identify the Independent Variable, the Dependent Variable and explain why. Will your table make a graph that can show the relationship of the Dependent and Independent variables?

Conclusion
Conclusion: “The data supports/does not support the hypothesis that…” What do you think happened? What are the possible sources of error in your procedure? Is there another way that you could test this hypothesis? What other questions does this make you want to ask?

Presentation
Does your report have a proper Name, Title and Date heading? Is your report neat and well-organized? Are the punctuation and spelling correct?

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Middle School Mathematics Teacher, passionate EdTech user who loves to experiment with new methods and tools in the classroom. Following the lead of Dan Meyer and Jo Boaler, I create a safe place for kids to discover the fun and beauty of maths. I use Number Talks and Groupwork to make maths accessible for all of my students. I enjoy Mathematics and I'm enthusiastic about teaching; the kids really respond to that.
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