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This is a project I am so excited to do with my students. I want them to investigate the "five second rule" and see if it is fact or fiction when something drops on the floor and is there for five seconds or less. No new organisms would have had the opportunity to grow yet. This is a fun and exciting project to really get kids excited about how bacteria grows, how to make a hypothesis, and how to conduct and document a lab from start to finish. This activity will encourage my students to examine the world around them much closer. These materials will allow my students to go through all of the steps of the scientific process. The petri dishes will be used to "grow" our experiments and observe them over 14 days. Afterwards I will help prepare slides of the bacteria we grow so students can observe and compare the growth of the organisms on the microscope. All kids know the five second rule it will be our job to prove or bust this rule.

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This is a project I am so excited to do with my students. I want them to investigate the "five second rule" and see if it is fact or fiction when something drops on the floor and is there for five seconds or less. No new organisms would have had the opportunity to grow yet. This is a fun and exciting project to really get kids excited about how bacteria grows, how to make a hypothesis, and how to conduct and document a lab from start to finish. This activity will encourage my students to examine the world around them much closer. These materials will allow my students to go through all of the steps of the scientific process. The petri dishes will be used to "grow" our experiments and observe them over 14 days. Afterwards I will help prepare slides of the bacteria we grow so students can observe and compare the growth of the organisms on the microscope. All kids know the five second rule it will be our job to prove or bust this rule.

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