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Thinking Like a Scientist

What is a Scientist? Person who studies nature and the physical world by testing, experimenting, and measuring.
How do scientists improve our world? By asking questions and finding answers!
What does good science begin with? A question!
What tools help you explore science? Your senses, thermometer, ruler,& magnifying glass.
What is Inference? To decide what you think will happen based on what you already know from the past.
How do you make a Prediction? Use the information you gather using tools to determine what will happen. (Not a guess!)
What is an Experiment? A fair test to prove whether your answer is right.
How do you make an Observation? "Take a close look" and use all 5 senses.
What do you Ask Questions about? What you are observing and learning.
What do you do with your results? Report and Share with others!
What tools do you use to Report and Share? Graph, pictures, writing, or numbers.