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LABORATORY NOTEBOOK

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Contents INTRODUCTION Experiment 1 Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Experiment 4 Experiment 5 BIOLOGY Experiment 6 Experiment 7 Experiment 8 Experiment 9 PHYSICS Experiment 10 Experiment 11 Experiment 12 Exp

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Experiment 1 Using Science

2 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 Introduction Explore how science is used every day. I. Think About It How many times a day do you think you use science When a

Introduction Experiment 1 Using Science 3 What three items can you think of that were discoveredinvented using science that have harmed peoples lives What three items do you use every day that r

4 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 II. Experiment 1 Using Science Objective Materials internet or library notebook or blank paper imagination Date EXPERIMENT Re

Introduction Experiment 1 Using Science 5 Results Summarize the results of your research for Steps . If needed, use extra paper and fasten it in this section. VVVVVVVV

6 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 VVVVVVVV VV

Introduction Experiment 1 Using Science 7 III. Conclusions Discuss what you learned as you researched how science is used in your everyday life and what you learned about how you might create a pro

8 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 IV. Why Write your own Why To write this section, first think of questions you want to address, such as Why is it important to l

Introduction Experiment 1 Using Science 9 V. Just For Fun What product can you think of that you would like to create if you had your own lab It might be an improvement on an existing type of produ

10 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 New Product Idea More Details VVVVVVVV VV

Experiment 6 Identifying Plants Photo Credits 1. Lily, by Uoaei1, CC BYSA 3.0 2. Orchid Disa uniflora, by Michael Gbler, CC BYSA 30 3. Tulip leaves, by Andrew Lin, CC BYSA 3.0 4. Palm, by Kate Branch

Biology Experiment 6 Identifying Plants 55 Introduction Explore identifying plants by observing them in their ecosystem. I. Think About It What types of plants do you see growing in your neighbor

56 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 Do you think you could find conifers in your neighborhood Why or why not BIOLOGY Why do you think you can find some ty

Biology Experiment 6 Identifying Plants 57 II. Experiment 6 Identifying Plants Objective Date Materials colored pencils handheld magnifying glass field notebook begin a field notebook or use an e

58 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 In your field notebook, draw or sketch the plants you have chosen. Drawing plants helps you observe their features more closel

Biology Experiment 6 Identifying Plants 59 Plant Identification Guide Start Here Does the plant have xylem and phloem No Does the plant have hairlike structures Yes I dont know Yes No Open a

60 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 BIOLOGY

Biology Experiment 6 Identifying Plants 61 III. Conclusions What conclusions about plant identification can you draw from your observations and the data you collected What did you discover about pl

62 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 IV. Why While doing this experiment, you probably found that you usually pass plants by without really noticing more than the m

Biology Experiment 6 Identifying Plants 63 V. Just For Fun Monocot vs. Dicot Recall that corn is a monocot and beans are dicots. In this experiment youll have a chance to observe differences betwee

64 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 7 Pull up one corn sprout and one bean sprout that have broken ground and observe the roots, stems, and leaves. Use a magnifying

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