Practical experiment for junior high school science.

Practical experiment introducing students to the concept of a fair test or controlled experiment.

Involves making two cups of tea and adding the milk after different time intervals, to see which one ends up warmer.

Comes in full practical report format, including a comprehensive set of discussion questions.

Includes detailed teacher notes.

Also includes a Unit Outline for the topic "The Scientific Method".

Designed for the Australian National Curriculum: Year 7 Science. However, it would be useful for other junior science curriculums as well.

A full preview of this resource is available at:

www.goodscienceworksheets.com/determining-when-to-add-milk-to-tea-practical.shtml

Also available as part of various Introduction to Science Bundles:

www.goodscienceworksheets.com/PDFs/7au-intro-to-science-bundles.pdf

  • Determining-When-to-Add-Milk-to-a-Cup-of-Tea---Practical---Student.pdf
  • Determining-When-to-Add-the-Milk-to-a-Cup-of-Tea--Practical---Teacher.pdf
  • The-Scientific-Method---Unit-Outline.pdf

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Created: Feb 23, 2017

Updated: May 21, 2017

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Determining-When-to-Add-Milk-to-a-Cup-of-Tea---Practical---Student

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Determining-When-to-Add-the-Milk-to-a-Cup-of-Tea--Practical---Teacher

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The-Scientific-Method---Unit-Outline

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