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scientist skills

5th grade skills of a scientist and the scientific method

name the five steps in a scientific method problem, hypothesis, procedure, results, conclusion
classification grouping objects according to a common trait
drawing conclusions determining the best answer to the question after experimenting
predicting estimating an outcome based on information or experience
graphing a method of displaying results that helps a scientist find experimental errors and make predictions
controlling variables keeping your experiment fair by controlling factors that could affect the results
recording data writing down your observation in a clear and orderly way
conducting experiments conducting an investigation designed to find out haow many variables affect outcomes
measurement an extremely accurate way of observing weight, distance, time, etc.
communication sending and receiving clear messages
making inferences drawing a logical conclusion based on what you observe
following instructions doing what you are supposed to do at the correct time in the correct way
observation using your five senses to examine something
Created by: fhershey