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Scientific Investigation

What is made using our 5 senses and simple instruments? Observations
What are your 5 senses? Touch, Taste, Sight, Smell & Hearing
What are rulers, measuring cups, cylinders, scales and clocks? Simple instruments
What is a statement of what you THINK will happen? Prediction/Hypothesis
In an experiement, you collect _______, or information. Data
Actual information collected during an experiment is ______________. Data
Data is usually put into what? (3 things) Graph, table or chart
What is a conclusion based on evidence collected during an experiment? Inference
You can measure the length of something using what? (5 things) Inches, yeards, meters, centimeters and millimeters
What 2 things can you use to observe items up close? Microscope or magnifying glass
What word describes how something feels? Texture
What is the big question that that an experiment helps to solve? Problem
Color, size, shape are examples of what? Physical properties
What is it called when you group things by how they are alike or different? Classify
What is the list of instructions in an experiment? Procedure
What is the answer you get at the end of an experiment? Conclusion/Results
What are things that can be observed or seen? Physical properties
What you want to know. Question
Pictures of data. Graphs
Lists of data. Charts
Created by: masonlaine