Delta Education Step Into Science Book Series

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Students learn to put the scientific method into action as they work their way through six books, each detailing one of the steps.

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The Delta Education Step Into Science Book Series consists of six paperback books exploring each step in the scientific method. Each book has 32 pages containing informative text, hands-on experiments and helpful hints that support learners as they implement the six steps of the scientific method.
  • Each book covers one of the steps of the scientific method
  • Books contain information, activities and tips
  • Motivates students to master the scientific method
Includes:
  • What's the Problem? How to Start your Scientific Investigation
  • What's Going to Happen? Making Your Hypothesis
  • What's The Plan? Designing Your Experiment
  • What's Going On? Collecting and Recording Your Data
  • What Just Happened? Reading Results and Making Inferences
  • What Do We Know Now? Drawing Conclusions and Answering the Question