What is a “Science Star”?

A “Science Star” is…

*one who asks questions and tries different ways to answer them.

*a good listener.

*someone who learns from their 5 senses.

*someone who shows respect for classmates, teachers and classroom.

*one who notices details and makes careful observations.

*one who uses materials and cleans up responsibly.

*someone who carefully draws what they see.

*someone who shows gratitude by thanking and helping others.

*one who writes about what happens.

*someone who shows compassion by being careful with other living things.

*one who makes comparisons by measuring.

*someone who shows self control and remembers that safety is important.

*someone who designs experiments to test predictions.


*one who keeps trying over and over.


*someone who experiments by trial and error.

*one who collaborates and cooperates with others.

*someone who shows courage by being willing to try new things.

*someone who has fun while learning.

Developed from: What is a Scientist? by Barbara Lehn, and the Pine Cobble Character Pillars


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