Predict the results of an investigation if it is repeated.
Understand how to plan and carry out a simple scientific investigation.
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Infer that science investigations generally work the same way in different places.
Ask questions and seek answers to explain why different results sometimes occur in repeated investigations.
Recognize that when a science investigation is done the way it was done before, very similar results are expected.
Demonstrate an understanding of a simple investigation by asking questions.
Formulate questions about objects and organisms and predict outcomes in order to conduct a simple investigation.