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  • We should time how long it takes for a worm to surface after putting water on it.
  • Instead, let's see how much water it takes for an earthworm to surface.
  • What about, if there is more water covering an earthworm, then it will surface!?!
  • Don't forget the 'because' statement!
  • We'll need potting soil, water, and a graduated cylinder.
  • I have what you need. Great work Girls!
  • We thought we'd find the amount of water it takes for an earthworm to surface.
  • Let's get to work on that chart!
  • Gracie and Sydney were talking about their science project. They came up with the question: How much water does it take for an earthworm to surface?
  • The genius girls then started on their hypothesis. They came up with: If there is more water covering an earthworm, then it will surface, because an earthworm must breathe and it has lungs.
  • Sydney told Mrs. Ward about the idea the girls thought of, while Gracie told the teacher what they would need. Once they got Mrs. Ward's approval, they made a chart.
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