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THE ANSWER IS BLOWING IN THE WIND


eTwinning team of Gloria Fuertes' school 2007-10-25


Does the air exist even if we cannot see it?

Yes it does. The children realize that the air makes bubbles in the water.

Can you move a leaf by blowing it? What weighs more an apple, a feather or a leaf?


Our challenge is starting to make predictions with the pupils of our school.

• The scientific method is a way to ask and answer scientific questions by making observations and doing experiments.
• The steps of the scientific method are to:

-> Ask a Question: What do you think? Will you be able of moving a feather blowing it?

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Construct a Hypothesis: if we blow a feather we will move it.

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 Test Your Hypothesis by Doing an Experiment. Try to blow a feather, an apple and a leaf.

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Analyze Your Data and Draw a Conclusion: Do they move? What has gone further? 

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Communicate Your Results. Tell what you have done.
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