Scientific Method & Process Skills Unit

$7.00

Kick off the year in your science class with this complete unit full of engaging lessons and experiments to teach about the scientific method! Your students will learn about what it means to be a scientist, what the different process skills are, and observation and classification skills.

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Description

This Unit Includes:

✓ What it means to be a scientist
✓ The importance of observation skills and how to have and use them
✓ The importance of classification skills and how to have and use them
✓ Investigating other process skills
✓ Exploring the steps of the scientific method
✓ Applying the scientific method

With This Unit You’ll Get:

✓ Engaging, high quality, detailed lesson plans
✓ Hands-on science labs and investigations
✓ Higher level thinking activities and cooperative learning
✓ Science centers
✓ Practice and review sheets (printables)
✓ Process skills tabbed booklet
✓ Two different versions of the process skills
✓ Answer keys
.… and so much more!

How You Can Use This Unit:

✓ Day-by-day lessons – as written
✓ As a supplement to an already established program
✓ Science centers
✓ A review throughout the school year
✓ Teacher demonstrations
✓ Whole group, small group, partners, or individual work
✓ Weekly science labs
✓ Warm up activities

Don’t Miss Out!

These lessons are perfect for tutors, paraprofessionals, volunteers, and substitutes! They are low prep, too!

With several complete lesson plans in this unit, that’s less than a dollar a day for everything you need–worksheets, centers, scripted lessons, vocabulary, and much more! It’s definitely worth the value!

This unit plan is perfect if you have to teach about the scientific method but weren’t sure how or are just starting out! This unit plan saves you time! Additionally, with scripted plans it’s perfect for when you have a substitute!

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