time for another elementary school science project! Now that your child has increased in the third grade, he or she can not hand in simpler projects they did in class before. No simple magnet experiments anymore. And yet, the typical science project, volcano, is too complex for the 3rd grader. What to do
Here are some of the many 3rd grade Science Project Ideas
1. Separate the colors available in the color signals
– paper towels – scissors – mixed markers water – glass container – pencil / pen – water
1. Cut the paper towel into rectangular strips one inch wide and as high as glass containers.
2. Take one of the signs and draw a horizontal line on a paper towel strips about one inch from the bottom.
3. Take a pencil or pen. Poke a hole in the middle of the paper towel strips. Put a pencil or pen into this hole so that the strip hanging in the middle.
4. Rest pencil or pen on the top edges of the glass container. The paper towel strips hang in a glass container.
5. Remove the pencil / pen away. Pour enough water in a glass container so when the strip is placed back into the water submerge the very bottom of the strip.
6. Place the strip again. Watch the water travels up the paper towel strips. Wait.
7. Repeat these steps for all markers. See what colors, each color signal is made of
Some other Grade 3 Science Project Ideas
2. Water and Penny Experiment
-many pennies -Water -eye dropper – clear drinking glass
1. Take a glass of water and fill it to the top.
2. Carefully add pennies into the water one at a time. Is the water leak immediately? How many pennies can add before the water spills over?
1. Put a penny on the table.
2. The eyedropper and start dripping water on the surface of a penny. How many drops of water can fit on a penny? More than you think!