In science, again foundational work for "doing science" well. Each child selected a potato, from the potatoes they donated for this project. Several scientific processes were practiced: looking at the potato (careful observation), drawing the potato, writing words to describe the potato, weighing the potatoes in their table group to determine the heaviest potato. Tape measures were used to find the circumference of the potatoes. Students then did a table survey, and a class survey to determine the "favorite way" to eat a potato--mashed, baked, or fried. Each child created 2 bar graphs to record the data. The data was discussed, and the children discovered errors in their data collection. We discussed the importance of double checking our data to make sure it is accurate.