Observations and Inferences

 

This week in science we learned about observations and inferences.  Observations are when you use your five senses to gather information.  Your five senses are smell, sight, taste, hear, and touch.  Inferences is when you come up with an idea using evidence.  We did a chip project using our senses.  We were given a chip and we had to remember what our chip looked like with our observations.  The next day we tried to find our chip from all the other kids chips.  We did chicken in a cup next.  It was where we used string, a paper clip, and a cup to try a make a chicken noise.  It worked!  It was so much fun.  We did one bad thing.  We did a gummy bear project.  We put gummy bears in salt water, vinegar, and baking soda water to see what would happen.  What was so wrong is we got to taste them.  The salt water gummy bear tasted like I was drowning in the ocean.  By Farrah

This week in science we learned about observations and inferences.  An observation is information gathered using your 5 senses.  Inferences are making a guess using evidence.  Once science project we did was a chip project.  The first thing we did is, our teacher gave us a Doritos.  Then, we had to describe our chip.  Next we had to give our teacher our chip.  Then the next day, we had to take our observations to see if we could find our chip.  The the other science we did was the gummy bear project.  First thing our teacher gave us our gummy bears.  We put the gummy bears in cups with salt water, vinegar, and baking soda water.  The next day we took them out to see how they changed.  By Emily R