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1. What science skill are you using if you are separating your crayons into
piles according to color?
Your answer:
Predicting
Classifying
Inferring
Communicating

2. What science skill are you using if you are building a replica of the
Mayflower?
Your answer:
Inferring
Classifying
Observing
Modeling

3. What science skill are you using if you smell smoke?

Your answer:
Observing
Classifying
Inferring
Predicting

4. What science skill are you using if you think the football team will win
their next game since they have won all their other games?
Your answer:
Measuring
Researching
Observing
Predicting

5. What science skill are you using if you are teaching a friend how to play a
game?
Your answer:
Classifying
Measuring

Inferring
Communicating

6. What science skill would you use if you were finding out how far it is from
the door of your classroom to your desk?
Your answer:
Measuring
Communicating
Observing
Classifying

7. What science skill are you using if you are grouping rocks as sedimentary,
metamorphic, or igneous?
Your answer:
Communicating
Measuring
Inferring
Classifying

8. What science skill are you using if you are suggesting a possible
explanation for the results of an experiment?
Your answer:
Researching
Observing
Communicating
Hypothesizing

9. What science skill are you using if you are using clay, string, and other
materials to show the planets in the solar system?
Your answer:
Modeling
Classifying
Inferring
Observing

10.What science skill are you using if you are looking at different salts and
noticing their color and crystal size?

Your answer:
Observing
Researching
Communicating
Classifying

11. What science skill are you using when you are using your five senses?
Your answer:
Measuring
Observing
Inferring
Communicating

12.Comparing an unknown value to a known value.


Your answer:
Classifying
Communicating

Classifying
Measuring

13.State ahead of time what you think will happen based upon what you
already know.
Your answer:
Organizing
Predicting
Classifying
Modeling

14.What science skill are you using when you put data into charts and
graphs?
Your answer:
Measuring
Classifying
Organizing
Inferring

15.Use a copy of what you are studying to help explain it.


Your answer:
Hypothesizing
Predicting
Inferring
Modeling

16.Sharing information
Your answer:
Communicating
Measuring
Organizing
Predicting

17.Group things based upon how they are alike.


Your answer:
Inferring

Communicating
Measuring
Classifying

18.What science skill are you using if you go to the library to find
information?
Your answer:
Measuring
Observing
Researching
Inferring

19.What science skill are you using when you tell what you think the answer
to your problem will be?
Your answer:
Observing
Organizing

Hypothesizing
Communicating

20.What science skill are you using when you listen for a train coming down
the track?
Your answer:
Measuring
Classifying
Observing
Communicating

21.What science skill are you using when you group substances as solids,
liquids, or gases?
Your answer:
Researching
Classifying
Observing
Measuring

22.What science skill are you using if you are carefully studying your science
notes?
Your answer:
Analyzing
Observing
Communicating
Researching

23.What science skill are you using when you record data into a table?
Your answer:
Measuring
Inferring
Classifying
Organizing

24.What science skill are you using when you draw a picture while someone
tells you how to draw it without looking at the picture?

Your answer:
Classifying
Inferring
Communicating
Measuring

25.What science skill are you using when you make a replica of the earth?
Your answer:
Analyzing
Classifying
Modeling
Researching