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LABORATORY NOTEBOOK

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Contents CHEMISTRY Experiment 2 Experiment 3 Experiment 4 Experiment 5 BIOLOGY Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment PHYSICS Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5

Experiment 1 Writing History

2 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 Introduction Explore your own history in this experiment. I. Think About It Do you think you have a history Why or why not D

Introduction Experiment 1 Writing History 3 Do you think any of your friends have ever told you some of their history Why or why not Do you think you could trace the history of your town all the

4 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 II. Experiment 2 Writing History Objective Hypothesis Materials Date To learn more about history by exploring my own history.

Introduction Experiment 1 Writing History 5 Think of some resources you might use to reconstruct your history in more detail and list them below. For example, you might use a birth certificate, ph

6 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 Using the resources you collected, write a history of your family member. History Time Line of Born Today VVVVVV

Introduction Experiment 1 Writing History 7 III. Conclusions What conclusions about writing history can you draw from your observations Do you think it is easier to reconstruct your own history or

8 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 IV. Why It can be challenging to record an accurate history, even when its the history of your own life. Documenting what happen

Introduction Experiment 1 Writing History 9 A History of VVVVVVVV

Experiment 9 Wash Your Hands

82 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 Introduction Do you think you can find bacteria I. Think About It If you were to find bacteria, where do you think it would b

Biology Experiment 9 Wash Your Hands 83 Do you think your hands are clean after you wash them Why or why not Do you think the surfaces in your house, like the computer terminal and kitchen door

84 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 II. Experiment 9 Wash Your Hands Objective Date Hypothesis BIOLOGY Materials dehydrated agar powder distilled water

Biology Experiment 9 Wash Your Hands 85 Using an oven mitt or pot holder, hold in one hand the cooking pot containing the hot agar. With the other hand gently slide the lid of a petri dish to the

86 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 Choose various surfaces to test for bacteria, such as a computer keyboard, bathroom doorknob, kitchen refrigerator handle, or

Biology Experiment 9 Wash Your Hands 87 Item Tested Water control Agar control Description illustration Hands BIOLOGY

88 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 III. Conclusions Write your conclusions. Note that in this experiment you used two controls. One control tested the agar only a

Biology Experiment 9 Wash Your Hands 89 IV. Why In this experiment you used agar plates to test for the presence of bacteria on your hands and household surfaces. Agar is made from seaweed and cont

90 Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Laboratory Notebook Book 5 Item Tested Description illustration BIOLOGY

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