Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the steps of a simple science investigation:
    • a. What is the problem?
    • b. What materials do you need?
    • c. What do you need to do?
    • d. What have you learned?
  • Identify and appropriately use units in simple science activities, such as milligrams (mg,) grams (g), kilograms (kg), and degrees centigrade (o
    C)
  • Plan simple scientific investigations in answering questions, such as “Do gases (like air) or liquids (like water) have mass?”, using appropriate simple science equipment,
    such as a balance, and a thermometer, with appropriate units.
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