Senses
Science Tools
Design Process
Materials
Inquiry Time!
100

How many senses do you have?

5 senses

100

Is a pencil a science tool?

No, a pencil is not a science tool

100

What does the design process do?

It helps us solve problems
100

What do we call what objects are made out of?

Materials

100

What vegetable was used in our experiment on senses?

Celery

200
How do you know that music is playing?

You hear it

200

What science tool tells us how warm something is?

A Thermometer 

200

What is an engineer?

A person who uses math and science to solve everyday problems.

200

Name two types of materials.

Natural and Man-made

200
How do we know the sound of celery?

We broke it.

300

What body part do you taste with?

Your mouth and tongue

300

Which tool is not used to measure?

A measuring cup.

A hand lens.

A ruler. 

A thermometer.

A hand lens.
300

Name two steps in the design process.

1) Find a Problem

2) Plan and Build

3) Test and Improve

4) Redesign

5) Communicate

300

What material do scientists make in a lab?

Plastic
300

What did you find out about the celery?

Answers may vary

400

If I say the cat is furry, what sense am I using?

Touch

400

What are science tools?

Tools to help you find out more about something

400

After you build something you should do what?

Test it!

400

Name 3 natural materials.

Wool, Cotton, Wood, Water

Answers may vary

400

What groups did we sort the object in our experiment on materials?

Natural, Human-made, and Both

500

Senses are our way of learning about what?

Learning more about the world

500

Why are science tools important?

Science tools around the world measure the same way, that way our measurements are all correct

500

What did Jack build to solve his itcy-back problem?

A back scratcher

500
Can an object be made of both man-made and natural materials? 

Yes!

500

In what category did we sort the mirror into?

Both

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