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Scientific Investigation Process – PowerPoint

PowerPoint | 10 pages|Grades: 4 - 6

A PowerPoint outlining the scientific investigation process.

Use this teaching presentation when exploring the scientific investigation process with your class.

Introduce the steps to your students for the first time or use the PowerPoint as a revision resource when starting new science experiments.

The steps of the Scientific Investigation Process are:

  • Question
  • Prediction
  • Planning
  • Results
  • Analysis
  • Reflection

Each step includes editable elaboration questions that help explain what is to be completed during each stage of the process.

This presentation is best viewed in Slide Show mode and navigated by clicking on the titles of each step.

A poster version of this resource is also available.

This resource was created in conjunction with Katrina Peall at our Let’s Collaborate event.

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Vijay Rttr · Feb 2nd, 2021

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Thanks, Vijay!

Paul (Teach Starter) · Feb 3rd, 2021

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