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Magic Grow Capsules. A Scientific Investigation. Ask a Question. Does the temperature of water affect how long it takes a Magic Grow® capsule and the toy to grow?. Form a Hypothesis. A hypothesis is testable Predict what will happen. Use an If…Then statement If you…..then…will happen.

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## Magic Grow Capsules

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### Magic Grow Capsules

A Scientific Investigation

• Does the temperature of water affect how long it takes a Magic Grow® capsule and the toy to grow?
Form a Hypothesis
• A hypothesis is testable
• Predict what will happen.
• Use an If…Then statement
• If you…..then…will happen.
Design and Conduct the Experiment

Materials:

3 Magic Grow capsules

Ice

Pot

3 Beakers

Water

Thermometers

Hot Plate

Bowls

Observe and Record Data
• Quantitative (numbers)
• Qualitative (observations/words) Facts!!! Not opinions!!!
Analyze Data
• Create a graph
• Use color pencils to color graph
• Pencil to label graph
Draw Conclusions
• A conclusion is a written answer to the question. Sometimes the answer is “I don’t know.”
• Whatever conclusion is drawn it is always, always supported by actual data from the experiment. An answer without evidence is meaningless.
Restate the question and your hypothesis.
• Explain whether or not the data supported your hypothesis.
• Remember a hypothesis never right or wrong, just supported or not supported. You can learn as much when your hypothesis is not supported as you do when it is!
• You must give actual data [evidence] from your experiment to back up what you say.