science comic garden veggies

science comic garden veggies

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  • Scientific Method Comic Strip
  • Problem
  • Which plant would grow the most in my garden for the contest?
  • Research
  • Let's see, beets, cabbage, pumpkins, and tomatos all grow very large and fast. I think I will try to plant those.
  • Hypothesis
  • If I plant all the crops needed for the contest, they will grow to their largest, then the biggest of all the plants will be the pumpkin. Pumpkins grow very large in short periods of time, and they are very hardy plants. 
  • Christine has signed up to be in a contest at the fair of who can grow the largest fruit or vegetable. The contest is in a month, so she has plenty of time to plant her crop. The problem is, she does not know what to plant.
  • Experiment
  • I have now planted all the beets, cabbage, pumpkins, and tomato seeds. All I have to do is wait until they grow.
  • Christine has used Google to research and found that beets, cabbage, pumpkins, and tomatos all grow very rapidly, and are large. She also found that when other people did a similar experiment, their pumpkin grew the largest. Christine is going to plant all of these plants and see which one grows the most.
  • Analyze
  • A few weeks later
  • All of the plants grew!
  • Christine's hypothesis is that the pumpkin will grow the largest and will be the plant she will use for the contest. Just in case the pumpkin does not grow the largest, Christine will plant all the other options also.
  • Conclusion 
  • The winner is Christine Smith! With her large pumpkin!
  • By Serenity Curley
  • Christine is planting all the beets, cabbage, pumpkins, and tomato seeds in her backyard to see what is going to grow the largest for the contest.
  • After a couple weeks, Christine went outside and saw that all of her plants had grown wonderfully! After she gathered and analyzed her collected data, she noticed that her hypothesis was correct and the pumpkin grew the largest. She planned to bring the pumpkin to the fair and contest the next day.
  • Results
  • P... T.... B... 
  • The next day, Christine went to the fair to the plant contest. She showed the judges her pumpkin. They weighed and measured the pumpkin. In ends up that she won the contest! Her pumpkin was the largest plant, and her hypothesis was right. When she planted the pumpkin, it then became a very large plant.
  • Yay!
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