Interactive Science: Grade 3 helps you design lesson plans that are engaging and interesting. Teaching Science should be an interactive process because the subject itself requires the use of observation and testing. By using the materials, you'll ensure your child no longer sits on the sidelines of Science, but rather becomes involved. Between performing experiments, making observations and completing problems, your child will be using the scientific method.
By the end of the program, your child should be able to:
- Collect data during experiments and use it to come to a conclusion.
- Experiment with three states of matter: solids, liquids and gases.
- Explain how the sun and moon can affect Earth's climate.
- Use graphs to explain the climate zone locations on planet Earth.
The curriculum materials used in Interactive Science: Grade 3 will help your child achieve these and other learning goals.
Please note that Savvas creates educational materials for all types of learners. For that reason, when creating a program, we ensure that the material will be accessible to as many students as possible. As such, we create many ancillary products that fit specific situations and meet a variety of needs. While there are many components to each of our overall educational programs, some of these ancillaries do not meet the needs of homeschoolers, others do not make sense in a homeschool environment and some require an expensive technological infrastructure to deploy. The homeschool product configurations, while selected from a larger program, are complete curriculum bundles designed to engage your children and help them thrive while being mindful of your budget. It is important to note that at times there will be resources mentioned throughout our curriculum material descriptions that are not included in your package. However this will not hinder your child's successful completion of the course. Rather, the exclusion of certain materials will make homeschooling more budget-friendly and will ensure your curriculum meets your individual needs.