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    3rd grade Science ideas

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    Can you build a boat that will float and hold weight? GREAT STEM activity!

    Teachers Are Terrific!: What is Going on in the Lab?

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    rock anchor chart

    First Grade Blue Skies: For Those About To Rock...

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    Student Activity: Why is the Statue of Liberty green? During this activity, students explore a chemical reaction using vinegar, salt, and pennies. Safety: Be sure to wear safety goggles and wash your hands with soap and water when you are done.

    Why is the Statue of Liberty Green? | Science Sparks

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    Teach Junkie: Rocks for Kids - 15 Activities and Ideas - How to Make Edible Rocks {A Rock Buffet}

    Rocks for Kids - 15 Fun Activities and Ideas - Teach Junkie

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    This is a social studies activity for 2nd and 3rd grades. This is a useful pages because it shows how this teacher ties in science with history. The students will perform experiments and use discussions in oder for them to learn why the Statue of Liberty is green.

    Mrs Jump's class

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    hello, Wonderful - 8 EASY PRE-SCHOOLER SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS

    8 EASY PRE-SCHOOLER SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS

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    Really cool lesson about the Rock Cycle using Sugar cubes! This website has so many different experiments that teachers can use to demonstrate different concepts in science! This activity aligns with the NYS Science Standards 1 & 4. However, the website aligns with the all of the NYS Science Standards. Teaching Standard 2 Element II.1, II.2, II.3, II.5, II.6, Standard 3 Element III.1, III.2, III.3, III.4, III.5, Standard IV.2

    Science Matters

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    weather/cloud project. This sight has tons of fun activities and ideas!

    Dragonflies in First: Clouds... Lots and Lots of Clouds

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    Cloud identifier! Great for the morning welcome and giving the "weather person" a job!

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    Super fun and simple science for kids. Make the water cycle in a bag!

    Water Cycle in a Bag - Playdough To Plato

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    *Teaching Maddeness*: Friday Flashback Linky: Geometry, Biographies & Weather

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    cloud in a jar-- students observe how clouds get heavy with molecules and eventually rain-- awesome experiment!

    Weather Galore!

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    Make a CLOUD! Fun science for kids.

    Activities

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    Free Printable Types of Clouds Worksheets

    Types of Clouds Worksheets

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    How Clouds Form Worksheet-- could be helpful during the water cycle unit (with modifications)

    How Clouds Form

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    Here's a great foldable on classifying clouds.

    The Inspired Classroom: Clouds Pt 2

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    Food chains

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    CC cycle 2 Week 3 Food Chain Basic.avi - YouTube

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    Food Chain Collage

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    Here's a Magic School Bus activity on food chains.

    Gets Eaten: Food Chain | Magic School Bus | Scholastic.com

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    Great site with kid-friendly explanations and games related to food chains and other topics.

    Food Chain - Kid's Corner

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    How to make a bouncy ball! Kid's favorite!

    The 36th AVENUE | How to Make a Bouncy Ball

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    A hands-on science demonstration (and sensory tub idea) to learn what blood is made of!

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    Teach Junkie: 19 Fun Ideas and Resources to Teach Force and Motion

    19 Fun Ideas & Resources for Force and Motion - Teach Junkie

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    Easter Science! LINK to item: www.teacherspayte... {K-2 Holiday Science Investigations} If your students liked "Santa Science," they'll enjoy this spring version inspired by all things Easter... marshmallow chicks, chocolate bunnies, plastic eggs, and more. A week's-worth of science lessons to keep your students engaged before their spring break. (20 pages) $

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