An experiment showing how a tomato grows is a good experiment to demonstrate the scientific method, according to Science Made Simple. Use the experiment to determine if a tomato plant produces larger tomatoes when the pl... More »

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Explain the scientific method to kids by first teaching them that its overall purpose is to study and discover things about the way the world works. Then, walk them through each of the steps of the process, asking them t... More »

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In science, constants are values that do not change. Even though constants can be measured, they cannot be changed during the course of a particular experiment. More »

A scientific question is the second step of the scientific method, in which an experimenter asks a question that can be answered by forming a hypothesis and conducting an experiment. A scientific question should aim for ... More »

The seven steps of the scientific method are observing an occurrence or asking a question, researching the topic, forming a hypothesis, designing and conducting an experiment, analyzing results, drawing a conclusion and ... More »

The five basic steps of the scientific method are: make observations, propose a hypothesis, design and perform an experiment to test the hypothesis, analyze the data to see if it supports the hypothesis and, if necessary... More »

According to HowStuffWorks.com, the five steps in the scientific method are make an observation, ask a question, form a hypothesis, conduct an experiment and accept or reject the hypothesis. Various numbers of steps are ... More »