Science and Reading

Study Guides

Reading Study Guide



The three ways to read a book are:


Read-to-Self


Read-to-Someone


Listen-to-Reading



During Read-to-Self:


Sit in one spot


Read right away


Read the whole time



Picking Just Right Books:


When you open to the middle of a book makes sure there are less than 4 words you do not know


Choose books that interest you


You know most of the words


You comprehend what you are reading




There are 3 ways to read a book:


Read the pictures


Read the words


Retell the story

Science Study Guide

Stopwatch- used to measure time; it can have hands or digits


Graduated Cylinder- a cylinder that is used to measure liquids in milliliters


Microscope- used to magnify the smallest of objects; it has high and low powers


Camera- used to record pictures so that scientists can study them at a later time


Petri dish- a plastic dish used to grow bacteria


Compass- tells the direction one is going


Collecting Net- used to collect and capture things


Tweezers- a small tool that squeezes, used to hold small objects


Safety Goggles- used to protect the eyes during an experiment


Hand Lens- used to magnify objects to make more detailed observations


Thermometer- used to measure the amount of heat in an object or fluid


Ruler- measures length in inches and centimeters


Hot Plate- used to heat containers of liquid for scientific experiments


Dropper- used to dispense small drops of liquid onto a surface or container


Triple Beam Balance- used to measure mass or weight in grams


Beaker- used to measure and hold liquids