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Mystery Box

Paper Work
Mystery Box Lab Report
1: Problem: State the problem you are trying to
discover

2: Hypothesis: guess what the object is

3. Materials Used: :List all the materials that you
used

4. Procedure: Write Everything you did here like
a recipe

5. Data: Write all observations you discovered
during your procedures

6. Conclusion: Identify your object using as much
of you data as possible.


Mystery Box Lab Report
( Examples)
1: Problem: There is an object in my mystery box and I want to know what it is
2: Hypothesis: The object sounds like a tiny car

3. Materials Used: :
a. Empty box
b. Electronic Balanced
c. Ruler
d. ...

4. Procedure:
A. Shook boxthen compared to another box with different object being shaken inside.
B.

5. Data: 1. In our first experiment with tilted the box until the object moved. It seemed
like it rolled. To test this we grabbed an empty box and put a rolling object inside. The
sound of our experimental box versus the one we put the rolling object in was similar.
(Object seems to roll)

6. Conclusion: 1. In conclusion, we discovered our object was a turtle shell. We came to
this conclusion using four pieces of evidence
1. The mystery object made a sound similar to a turtle shell when it was shaken inside the
box..
2. ..
3.
4.

So using these four pieces of evidence we were able to identify the mystery object 1a as the
turtle shell.


Mystery Box Rubric
Skill A Work B Work C Work D Work
Procedures Attempted three
or more
experiments with
the box. Four or
more procedures
are written in lab
report

Attempted two
experiments with the
box. Three procedures
are written in lab
report


Attempted one
experiments with the
box. One procedure is
written in lab report


Attempted one experiment with
the box. Procedures are poor.
Skill A Work B Work C Work D Work
Documenting
Data
(observations
0
Wrote down
clear data from
3 or more
experiments

Wrote down clear data
from2 experiments

Wrote down clear data
from 1 experiments

Wrote down clear data from no
experiments although there was
participation
Skill A Work B Work C Work D Work
Conclusion
(observations)
Wrote a
detailed
report
identifying
your mystery
object 3 or
more reasons
why object
was chosen
include any
possible
mistakes

Wrote a report that
identifies object with
two reasons why they
chose object

Wrote a report that
identifies object with
one reason why they
chose object

Wrote a report that identifies
object with no reasons why.
Example of A work for data or
observations(Clear Data)
1. In our first experiment with tilted the box until
the object moved. It seemed like it rolled. To test
this we grabbed an empty box and put a rolling
object inside. The sound of our experimental box
versus the one we put the rolling object in was
similar. (Object seems to roll)
Example of A work for
Conclusion
1. In conclusion, we discovered our object was a
turtle shell. We came to this conclusion using four
pieces of evidence
1. The mystery object made a sound similar to a
turtle shell when it was shaken inside the box..
2. ..
3.
4.

So using these four pieces of evidence we were able
to identify the mystery object 1a as the turtle shell.