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Lesson 1:
Earth Science- study of earth’s position in the universe. There are 4 categories of earth science: 1) Geology- ground and earth 2) meteorology- weather 3) astronomy- moon and stars 4) oceanography- waters and oceans when scientist studies there are a few steps: A) observation- using one or more of my five senses to perceive something (-to get to know) by examining something
-an instrument is used to extend my five senses B) inference- make a logical info.- mental interpretation based on your observation ex: I see the floor is wet.- observation The floor was mopped.- inference misconception- wrong inference prediction- an inference for the future Anything that can be argued is an inference. C) classification- organizing info. In a meaningful way by grouping them according to their similar characteristics D) measurements- a comparison to a known standard

Lesson 2: Measurements
1) Length- distance- ruler(r.t.pg 1)- cm, m, km
2) Mass- amount of stuff indepenten
Lesson 1:
Earth Science- study of earth’s position in the universe. There are 4 categories of earth science: 1) Geology- ground and earth 2) meteorology- weather 3) astronomy- moon and stars 4) oceanography- waters and oceans when scientist studies there are a few steps: A) observation- using one or more of my five senses to perceive something (-to get to know) by examining something
-an instrument is used to extend my five senses B) inference- make a logical info.- mental interpretation based on your observation ex: I see the floor is wet.- observation The floor was mopped.- inference misconception- wrong inference prediction- an inference for the future Anything that can be argued is an inference. C) classification- organizing info. In a meaningful way by grouping them according to their similar characteristics D) measurements- a comparison to a known standard

Lesson 2: Measurements
1) Length- distance- ruler(r.t.pg 1)- cm, m, km
2) Mass- amount of stuff indepenten
Lesson 1:
Earth Science- study of earth’s position in the universe. There are 4 categories of earth science: 1) Geology- ground and earth 2) meteorology- weather 3) astronomy- moon and stars 4) oceanography- waters and oceans when scientist studies there are a few steps: A) observation- using one or more of my five senses to perceive something (-to get to know) by examining something
-an instrument is used to extend my five senses B) inference- make a logical info.- mental interpretation based on your observation ex: I see the floor is wet.- observation The floor was mopped.- inference misconception- wrong inference prediction- an inference for the future Anything that can be argued is an inference. C) classification- organizing info. In a meaningful way by grouping them according to their similar characteristics D) measurements- a comparison to a known standard

Lesson 2: Measurements
1) Length- distance- ruler(r.t.pg 1)- cm, m, km
2) Mass- amount of stuff indepenten
Lesson 1:
Earth Science- study of earth’s position in the universe. There are 4 categories of earth science: 1) Geology- ground and earth 2) meteorology- weather 3) astronomy- moon and stars 4) oceanography- waters and oceans when scientist studies there are a few steps: A) observation- using one or more of my five senses to perceive something (-to get to know) by examining something
-an instrument is used to extend my five senses B) inference- make a logical info.- mental interpretation based on your observation ex: I see the floor is wet.- observation The floor was mopped.- inference misconception- wrong inference prediction- an inference for the future Anything that can be argued is an inference. C) classification- organizing info. In a meaningful way by grouping them according to their similar characteristics D) measurements- a comparison to a known standard

Lesson 2: Measurements
1) Length- distance- ruler(r.t.pg 1)- cm, m, km
2) Mass- amount of stuff indepenten