Thursday September 1 st B-Day Warm-up:

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What is an observation and why are they important to science?. Thursday September 1 st B-Day Warm-up:. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubNF9QNEQLA&feature=related. Guided/ Independent Practice. Create Observations and Inferences with the pictures seen on the next slides. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Thursday September 1st B-Day Warm-up:What is an observation and why are they important to science?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubNF9QNEQLA&amp;feature=relatedGuided/ Independent PracticeCreate Observations and Inferences with the pictures seen on the next slides</p> <p>Compare and contrast observation and inferencesIndependent PracticeCreate 5 of your own observation and inference picturesPracticing ObservationsYou will have 30 seconds to make as many observations as you can about the following pictures:</p> <p>How observant were you?1) What color is the tip of the orange fishs fins?2) What color is the starfish?3) How many total sea creatures are in the picture?</p> <p>How observant were you?1) What street were we looking at?2) What store were we looking at in the picture?3) What color was lit in the traffic light?4) What was the number on the bus?5) Which direction is the no turn sign pointing?</p> <p>Candle Observation LabRemember in science class it is very important that you are observant!</p> <p>Answer the following questions1) What color is your candle?2) What is the length of your candle?3) What is the length of the wick on your candle?4) Describe the texture of your candle.5) What does your candle smell like?Candle Observation Quiz1) What color is your candle?2) What is the length of your candle?3) What is the length of the wick on your candle?4) Describe the texture of your candle.5) What does your candle smell like?* How many stripes were on your candle?Observations from afarAs a class what can you observe about my candle?GOTCHA!Exit Ticket: Observation or Inference?1) Ms. Brennessel has a lot of space posters in her classroom.2) Ms. Brennessel must like space.3) Someone must have been eating hard boiled eggs.4) The classroom smells like rotten eggs.5) There must be a fire nearby.HW: Take a type of food or candy and write as many observations as possible- tomorrow in class you will switch and your partner will try to guessFriday September 2ndWarm-up: Switch homework papers with someone at your table and try to guess what their favorite food or candy is based on their observations.</p> <p>Homework: None</p>

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