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.
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Create Observations and Inferences with the pictures seen on the next slides
Create 5 of your own observation and inference pictures
You will have 30 seconds to make as many observations as you can about the following pictures:Practicing Observations
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.Exit Ticket: Observation or Inference?
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 guess
Warm-up: Switch homework papers with someone at your table and try to guess what their favorite food or candy is based on their observations.