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Apples Observation

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By Susan Duell Comments (1)

So we carried out the apples observation activity and I was really pleased with the engagement and wonderment form my students. They were really engaging  with the questioning and some challenged my 'how do you know it is an apple...the shaded parts are from leaves...etc...? types of questions. After sharing the idea that we are 'looking at it through a science lense'  the children seemed more excitable. We talked about making inferences and discussing why we made certain observations. The children drew their apples and then we distributed the drawings to match up with the apples - this was also very engaging and it was great to see the attention to detail. Over all it was successful activity with a class of inquisitive young 'scientists'.