Investigating Evidence

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Students measure seed for their bird feeder experiment.

Our Investigating Evidence curriculum turns students into scientists!  Through this unit, students learn by doing… from question to conclusion. It’s an ideal way for teachers to meet the Framework for K-12 Science Education process standards.

This download includes lesson plans, journal pages, and online resources that will encourage students to ask scientific questions, craft and test hypotheses, collect and organize data, and draw meaningful conclusions.

 








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