Want to see correct answers?
Login or join for free!
  Science Worksheets
Looking for Science worksheets?
Check out our pre-made Science worksheets!
Share/Like This Page

Scientific Methods and Applications Questions - All Grades

You can create printable tests and worksheets from these Scientific Methods and Applications questions! Select one or more questions using the checkboxes above each question. Then click the add selected questions to a test button before moving to another page.

Previous Page 1 of 86 Next
Grade 7 Scientific Method
In an experiment, to change something or make something different, is known as the
  1. Independent Variable
  2. Dependent Variable
  3. Controlled Variable
Grade 3 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 7 Scientific Methods and Applications
Which of the following definitions best defines science?
  1. using thinking and practical skills to understand our world
  2. a body of skills related to life and death
  3. study of non-living things only
  4. study of living things only
Grade 3 Scientific Methods and Applications
What you think will happen in the future.
  1. prediction
  2. properties
  3. materials
  4. surface area
Grade 2 Scientific Methods and Applications
What is a scientist?
  1. A teacher
  2. A person who studies things in their world
  3. A person who collects bugs
  4. A person who writes stories
Grade 7 Scientific Methods and Applications
What is science?
  1. The knowledge gained from the study of animals.
  2. The study of plants.
  3. The knowledge gained from careful, systematic study of the natural world.
Grade 11 Scientific Method
Which is not a step to the scientific method?
  1. define a problem
  2. ask a question
  3. make a graph to explain data
  4. form hypothesis
Grade 6 Scientific Method
Variable controlled by the scientist at beginning the experiment.
  1. dependent
  2. independent
  3. vertical
  4. representative
Grade 10 Scientific Method
A theory is a
  1. proposed explanation for an observation
  2. summary of the results of many observations
  3. procedure used to test a proposed explanation
  4. well-tested explanation for a broad set of observations
Previous Page 1 of 86 Next
You need to have at least 5 reputation to vote a question down. Learn How To Earn Badges.