Writing with Scientists
Writing with Scientists Home Step 1: Discover Your Big QuestionStep 2: Explain the Hows and WhysStep 3: Present Your InformationStep 4: Conclude with New QuestionsStep 5: Show Your SourcesStep 6: Publish OnlineRead Student Writing Words to Know

 

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Title Written By Age State/Country
Making a Lava Lamp Noah S. 6 Illinois
Recycling Old CDs and DVDs Justin A. 7 Illinois
Recycling Old Garbage Ashley P. 7 Illinois
Recycle to Save the Earth Jacob O. 7 Illinois
Coke Bottle Greenhouse Anastasia M. 7 Illinois
Bats! Jacey C. 7 Arizona
Can liquid turn into solid?EX Student Scientist C. 7 California
Bat Man Aaleeya D. 7 Colorado
Butterflys Aaleeya D. 7 Colorado
The giant squid Tiahne G. 7 Florida
Facts about bees and flowers Student Scientist A. 7 United Kingdom
My investigation: Dinosaurs Student Scientist A. 7 United Kingdom
Bats Student Scientist G. 7 Pennsylvania
If I Went To the Moon Rasha E. 7 New York
Fish Student Scientist H. 8 Florida
My Science Report Jennifer N. 8 California
Different Types of Insects. Morgan S. 8 Indiana
Butterfly Shelbie P. 8 India
Space Tavis E. 8 Iowa
insects aaron a. 8 Texas
The asome giant squid Emily H. 8 Colorado
Gravity dameg Zachary H. 8 Colorado
Marine Mammals of the Arctic Sasha P. 8 New Jersey
BOOKS Ally G. 8 Florida
Bats Sandy M. 8 Pennsylvania

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