FOURTH GRADE

Fourth grade students’ experiments grow more sophisticated than in the primary school years. With guidance from the teacher, their observations become more systematic; their predictions, hypotheses, and analyses grow more detailed. For example, teac...

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FIFTH GRADE

Fifth grade classwork continues training youngsters to conduct investigations. They get practice using the proper instruments to run their experiments. They look closely at the evidence they gather and use it to form conclusions. Children put math lessons...

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SIXTH GRADE

Sixth grade students, by the end of the year, should be competent at setting up and conducting simple experiments. They practice collecting, recording, analyzing, and reporting their data; stating clear hypotheses; and testing the validity of predictions....

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