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Science Pirates: The Curse of Brownbeard

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Use this highly interactive game to help middle school students understand scientific processes. The topic explored is food safety, but the students navigate through many processes to establish a recommendation for hand-washing behavior. Scientific processes investigated include observation, developing hypotheses, developing testing of variables, experiment design, drawing conclusions, and making recommendations. Links are available to national standards.

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