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Process Skills Voc

Science Process Skills Vocabulary - words and examples of each

Observing tasting, touching, using your 5 senses
Communicating talking or listening, writing a letter
Estimating Guessing how many M&Ms are in a jar
Measuring Using a ruler, scale, to determine size
Collecting Data Writing down your observations
Classifying Separating marbles into groups of small and large
Inferring Observing footprints and making a guess about what someone is doing
Predicting Guessing about what is going to happen
Investigating Using clues to help "Catch a Crook"
hypothesis If...then...statement that you test during an experiment
Independent Variable (IV) the one variable you change (or test) in an experiment
Dependent Variable (DV) what you are looking for to happen in your experiment; what you measure
Variable Anything that could affect the outcome of the experiment
Control Group the one group where you don't apply the IV
Constant Conditions all the variable you keep the same in the experiment
Created by: chattydayna