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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Scientific Methods and Applications Questions

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Grade 6 Scientific Methods and Applications
Science is
  1. a series of steps taken to solve a problem
  2. the process of obtaining information by using sight
  3. the knowledge gained by observing the natural world
  4. an explanation based on research
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
You are doing a science experiment and spill chemicals on the table. You
  1. clean it up immediately.
  2. ask your friend to clean it up.
  3. tell the teacher immediately.
  4. tell the teacher at the end of class.
Grade 6 Scientific Method
Before you can form a hypothesis, you need to
  1. state the problem or question
  2. perform an experiment
  3. state a conclusion
Grade 6 Scientific Method
While performing an experiment, it is important to
  1. make a hypothesis
  2. write a conclusion
  3. record observations and measurements
Grade 6 Scientific Method
Using one or more senses to gather information is called
  1. classifying
  2. observing
  3. inquiry
  4. communicating
Grade 6 Scientific Method
What skill is a scientist using when she listens to the sounds that whales make?
  1. drawing conclusions
  2. making a hypothesis
  3. making observations
  4. interpreting data
Grade 6 Scientific Method
Grade 6 Scientific Method
What does predicting mean?
  1. making a forecast of what will happen in the future based on past experience
  2. guessing wildly
  3. using one or more of your senses to gather information
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
Which tool measures length?
  1. measuring cup
  2. balance
  3. meter stick
  4. petri dish
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
When working with liquids, you should be
  1. sitting down squarely in your seat so you don't wobble around too much.
  2. standing up, so you can quickly move out of the way if there is a spill.
Grade 6 Scientific Method
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