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Students gain skill in the design, implementation, and reporting of a scientific research project using the scientific method. They set up an experiment to determine the effect of adding the Rhizobium bacteria to one group of legume seeds. Students plant seeds in containers containing vermiculite and after the seeds germinate, they take the pots home to continue the project.
For this photosynthesis worksheet, students complete 20 various types of questions related to photosynthesis. First, they match each description in the first column with the correct vocabulary term in the second. Then, students explain how cellular respiration is related to photosynthesis. They also explain how a low metabolism could contribute to weight gain.
A thorough background and nitrate sampling lab sheet are provided to share with your young scientists. After discussing the nitrogen cycle with the class, you will break them into small groups and show them how to use their inquiry skills and nitrate sampling kits to detect the concentration of nitrate in stream water. This is comprehensively written, making it an ideal time saver when it comes to planning lab activities.
Students explore and experience a variety of chemical processes that are carried out by bacteria and determined by the amount of oxygen present in the environment in which they live. They review and examine various chemical processes such as nitrogen fixation and denitrification.
Let there be light! When your physics learners take this midterm exam, light will be their focus. They will show what they know about electromagnetic waves, interference, refraction, reflection, lenses, prisms, and more! The test is comprised of eleven vocabulary matching questions, eight multiple choice, and three complex problems to solve.