Third Grade Curriculum Units® 

What are Properties of Magnets?
What are Properties of Magnets?

$595

Students determine the cause and effects of magnetic interactions and define problems that can be solved with magnets.
Science Topics:
  • What are the Properties of Magnets?What is Magnetic Polarity? What are Magnetic Fields?How can we Use Magnets to Design a Magnetic Purification Column?
  • Force & Motion
    Force & Motion

    $595

    Students predict, observe and conduct investigations about forces of motion on objects.
    Science Topics:
  • How do Balanced and Unbalanced Forces Affect Motion?
  • What Makes a Ball Move?
  • what is the Force of Gravity?
  • How Does a Yo-Yo Work?
  • What is Heredity?
    What is Heredity?

    $595

    Gives students a basic introduction to DNA, genetics and heredity (Life Science).
    Science Topics:
  • What is DNA?
  • What is Genetics?
  • What is Heredity?
  • What is a Life Cycle?
  • What is Evolution?
    What is Evolution?

    $595

    Students analyze and interpret data from fossils to provide evidence of the organisms and the environments in which they lived.
    Science Topics:
  • What are Fossils?
  • What is Survival?
  • How do Organisms Adapt to Survive in Different Environments?
  • How do Variations in Characteristics Provide an Advantage for Survival?
  • What is Climate?
    What is Climate?

    $595

    Students compile and analyze data to describe  typical weather conditions that affect climate in different regions of the world.
    Science Topics:
  • How does Weather Change in Different Seasons?
  • How does Weather Change in Different Climates?
  • How do we Describe the Climates in Different Regions of the World?
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