Gastropods are the largest family of mollusks and live almost everywhere. The life cycles of a gastropod can differ depending on where they live–land, ocean or freshwater. A specific example of each is detailed for better understanding of the variety.
This simple science project is an excellent way to expose students to hydroponics. Students practice using the scientific method of forming a hypothesis, making observations and analyzing data for a conclusion in this experiment.
This list of science activities for third graders covers several different sciences including physics, botany, chemistry and engineering. Experiments can be modified as needed for the skill of the students. You’re bound to find something your class will love with these experiments.
There are many different types of biomes in the world, so you have a lot of choice when it comes to creating a diorama. Find some help picking which biome to create and then learn how to pull all the elements together.
Students will use this cell webquest to learn about the parts of cells and how they work together. Using that knowledge students will create a game to be used to teach other students what they have learned.