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Found 4 resources at the K-2 grade level for the concept: Scientific observations can be made directly with our own senses or may be made indirectly through the use of tools. (P3)

Traveling through different liquids
Learners will observe and record what happens when they manipulate bottles containing one liquid and an object. They will compare bottles that have an object and different liquids. They will observe and record what happens when they manipulate bottles containing one liquid and more than one object.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: classroom activity

Exploring liquids
Learners will use their senses to investigate and observe three liquids. They will see, hear, touch, smell and taste to collect data and to ask and answer questions.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: classroom activity

Exploring how liquids behave
Learners observe how liquids behave and record their observations. Then they combine two of the liquids and observe and record how the liquids behave.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: classroom activity

Comparing rocks
Learners will observe and sort samples of rocks and minerals to compare and contrast their physical properties. They will record their observations in Science Notebooks.

Audience: K-2

Source: Janulaw, Sharon

Resource type: classroom activity

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