Teachers: Are you ready for Ant Picnic?
Take this quiz to self-check if you are ready to do the Ant Picnic experiment with your students.

IF YOU RECEIVE 16 POINTS THEN YOU ARE READY TO GO.
How many experiments do I plan to set up with my students? How many groups will I put students in? *
1 point
Do I have all ingredients ready to make an Ant Picnic? Select all that apply. *
1 point
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Select all that apply when mixing these 3 solutions: amino acids in water, salt water, sugar water. *
1 point
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Which statements are true about the cookie bait? Select all that apply. *
1 point
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What am I doing with students during the 1 hour wait period while the experiment is set up outside? *
1 point
Where will I allow students to set up their experiments? *
1 point
What does each group have to have available BEFORE they go out to set up their experiment? Select all that apply. *
1 point
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What does each group have to have available when they RETURN to their experiment site after 1 hour? Select all that apply. *
1 point
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What is the pre-collection count? *
1 point
Why is the pre-collection count important? *
1 point
How many times does each group need to count the ants in their bags? *
1 point
SCENARIO: Students have collected their zip lock bags and entered their ant counts on the data sheets. What now? *
1 point
SCENARIO: Students return to their experiment and don't see any ants. They ask me what they should do. I tell them: *
1 point
SCENARIO: Right after students collect their zip lock bags, the class period ends and students need to leave. What do I do with the bags they collected? *
1 point
SCENARIO: A group of students would like to add some additional food types to the Ant Picnic experiment. They are really interested in how ants like potato chips and bananas. What do I tell them? *
1 point
SCENARIO: One group returns to their Ant Picnic experiment just to realize that all the cookie crumbles are gone and some of the cotton balls are missing too. In the distance they see a raccoon who's the likely culprit. The students are very upset and want to know what they should do now. I tell them: *
1 point
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