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# Science Experiments Investigations Worksheets

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• four general forms to be used for science experiments- multi-age.
• Predict whether an object will float or sink. Students make and test hypotheses with this simple experiment. Includes detailed instructions and pages for recording predictions and results.
• Instructions for performing an experiment to learn about evaporation.
• Record your data on an experiment or other research and draw a picture for each observation with this simple form.
• What will affect how ice cream melts, and how? Science experiment.
• Learn about the parts of a seed.
• Grow sprouts in a sponge! This creative (and easy-to-do)project combines science and art to make fun for everyone.
• You know what you weigh on Earth (even if it doesn't make you happy!!)--but what would you weigh on Mars? on Pluto? Students combine science and math in this fun gravity lab.
• A fact-filled reading comprehension on the formation and types of crystals is followed by SEVEN great crystal experiments for home or the classroom, using everyday materials.
• Collect glass bottles, and then try these great classroom experiments with soundwaves.
• This Tower Building Challenge (upper elem/ middle) Experiment is perfect to practice science and math skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Tower Building Challenge (upper elem/ middle) Experiment. Rules and task description for building a tower from simple household materials. This is a great science/math combo lesson: students explore properties of balance and strength and try to balance a budget!
• Practice scientific methods of categorization using random (teacher supplied) objects hidden in a paper bag.
• Create your own mini-volcano in order to better understand this phenomenon.
• Leads students through the steps of a science experiment to help them towards logical thinking with increasing independence.
• A simple in-class experiment, done over the course of a week, using eggs as a hands-on example of how acids and bases interact, as well as the dynamics of permeable and semi-permeable membranes.
• An experiment that demonstrates chemical testing by adding a turmeric test liquid to 12 substances. Color changes illustrate whether the substances are base or not. Includes instructions for the experiment and a lab worksheet for students.
• Reading comprehension explaining the use of the pH scale to classify acids, neutrals and bases. Includes a worksheet and pH scale graphic.
• A study of acids and bases that includes a reading comprehension, worksheet, and 2 experiments.

• This great introduction to the importance of indicators is a science experiment, with different levels of questions presented for each grade level from kindergarten to middle school. Clear, thorough, and fun explanation of acids and bases.
• Students adopt a "pet rock" and use these forms for a simple and comprehensible science project, developing skills in collecting and recording data.
• Explains the hows and whys of scientific observation and provides forms for practicing observation, suitable for almost any science experiment.
• Rainbows are lovely, but sometimes they're hard to find. This is one of several experiments on light behavior available on our member site.
• Make your own miniature wave in a bottle.
• Defines pulleys and encourages students to find and understand the functions of pulleys in their daily environments. Includes an experiment for understanding how pulleys work.
• Shows how an alternating pattern of blocks is stronger than straight lines. This is a good introduction to concepts of strength and construction.
• Explains how catapults work and how they were used in medieval times. Lots of hands on work for comparing three classes of lever.
• A Tesla coil with the words "brain power". Three desk tags.
• Picture of a robot plugging in.
• Step-by-step building of a catapult from craft sticks; this unit presents the elements of a science project (research, hypothesis, etc.) that can be used for this catapult experiment and applied for other science projects in the future.
• Lined pages for recording facts, ideas, sources, materials, notes, experimental process notes (hypothesis, etc.). A great prompt tool.
• Ten pages to help organize a science project.
• A cooking thermometer, batteries, and a hot dog are part of this popular science experiment.
• A detailed set of instructions for a series of experiments on plant growth under a variety of circumstances.
• In this "hands on science" experiment, students compare growth between beans planted in soil and beans planted without soil in order to understand the importance of soil nutrients to plant growth.
• This "hands-on science" lesson helps students address the question of what plants do with all the water they absorb. This lesson includes a reading comprehension.
• In this hands-on science project, students understand how plants produce their own food.
• In this hands-on science project, students will learn how leaves change color in the fall.
• In this hands-on science experiment, students understand turgor pressure and osmosis.
• Introduces the idea of push and pull in force, with space for students to list examples from their own lives; reviewed with a simple experiment.
• A one page reading comp with four experiments for understanding air pressure, with completion and matching questions.
• Use this 'Short Story: Zoo Experiment Experience (middle/high)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Short Story: Zoo Experiment Experience (middle/high)'. Fictional short story about a student science engineering project carried out at a zoo exhibit. Help students value planning and consider potential outcomes and consequences. Middle/High school level.
• A set of seven experiments that demonstrate that the sciences of biology, chemistry and physics are part of our life at home. Set 1 of a series of experiments titled Science at Home, includes a description of experiments, scientific method report form and an explanation of probable results.
• A one page explanation of where we find science and an introduction to the abcteach series that looks at where we find science through sets of experiments. Includes vocabulary list and comprehension questions.
• A set of four physics experiments in our Where We Find Science series that demonstrate the properties of the surface tension of water. Includes a Scientific Method report form and an explanation and results page.
• A set of four experiments in our Where We Find Science series that demonstrate bouyancy and density of water. Includes a Scientific Method report form and an explanation and results page.
• Build a pond project, part of our "Where we Find Science" series. This project offers opportunities to observe biology in a pond. Instructions for building a pond, plus explanation of possible results and a form for observations of changes in pond are included.
• An explanation of Archimedes discovery of the formula to measure density of an object using water. Includes directions to conduct an experiment using the Archimedes' method, plus a report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science; Science in Water Series.
• A set of two experiments about static electricity, which includes directions, an experiment report form and an explanation of probably results. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science - Science at Home series.
• Use this 'Experiment: Where We Find Science-In Water-Pond Organisms (elem/upper elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Experiment: Where We Find Science-In Water-Pond Organisms (elem/upper elem)'. A science project of raising and observing pond organisms in an aquarium at home or in the classroom, with instructions and observation form. Part of the abcteach series, Where We Find Science.
• Instructions for a science project of raising amphibians in an aquarium, with report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science: Science in Water series.
• Two simple experiments help students understand the movement of the sun and its relationship to the seasons and the time of day. Includes observation, note taking, sketching, building a simple sundial and a scientific method report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science Series.
• An advanced astronomy project in which student builds a device to measure the position of the sun in the sky and record its changes, to help understanding of seasons. Includes scientific method report form. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science Series.
• Students construct one of two versions of a pinhole viewer and then use the viewer to establish the diameter of the sun and the moon. Part of abcteach's Where We Find Science series.
• An explanation of Hawking Radiation, plus an experiment creating an event horizon, a report form, a vocabulary exercise and glossary make up this lesson.
• A one page explanation of surface tension followed by two related experiments and a teacher's note.
• An explanation of static electricity and two simple experiments. Students are ask to predict outcome, then record observations for each experiment.