Science & Nature
Third and Fourth Grade Science- Interactive Learning: Full Curriculum Quarter 1
In this 10-week long course, students will explore different science topics developed with NGSS in mind and hands-on activities and experiments to complement each lesson.
Kristi Given, M.S.
91 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 10 learners
learners per class
$13 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 10 weeks
40 minutes per class
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Join me in this third and fourth grade science adventure! This is semester one of the full curricula. Students do not need to take these semester courses in order. We will focus on topics that are aligned with the third and fourth grade Next Generation Science Standards. Every lesson is interactive and includes a hands-on activity or experiment to help students visualize the lesson. I encourage students to share stories, experiences, and any artifacts that they may have for the weekly topic!...
This is a COMPLETE list for the class. The supplies list will be posted in the classroom each week prior to the lesson. -recycled items, such as: egg cartons, strawberry containers (the cardboard containers that berries are usually purchased in), pipe cleaners/twist ties, bubble wrap, toilet paper rolls, any other kinds of small cardboard pieces, rubber bands, tape -play dough (two containers- colors that you don't mind mixing or the same colors) -two textbooks (or something of similar weight) -2 or 3 eggs -plate -fork -paper towels -different colored PlayDough (feel free to bring as many colors as you'd like, but we'll likely be needing at least 3) -5 small containers (you can try a dollar store, craft store, or walmart- there are some that are small and easy to stack almost like a square shaped) they will need lids! -water -Blue, green, and red food coloring -optional: small ocean creatures (plastic toys can be bought at the dollar store, walmart, or even amazon) -paper and pen and you can bring some tape along as well for the labels -Crisco -2-4 quart (sandwich) size plastic baggies -duct tape -Bowl of ice water -spoon -5 small paper cups -scissors -hole punch -duct tape -3 wooden sticks (these can be craft sticks, but they'll need to be longer than a popsicle stick, for example chopsticks, or any other wooden sticks that size) -empty water bottle -newspaper (to crumble up) -dirt -a shallow bin -small aquarium plants or some grass pulled up from outside, but you want to try and keep the roots attached -small rocks, but larger than pebbles -water -construction paper -scissors -tape -ice cubes with blue food coloring in them -a medium sized container filled half way with water -red food coloring -popsicle sticks -duct tape or masking tape -bubble wrap -cardboard -aluminum foil -skewer sticks -playdough, Clay -a shallow container (this can be an aluminum baking dish) -medium sized rocks or pebbles -sand -water -a fan
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kristi Given, M.S.
Miss Kristi’s Science Learning Lab
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
91 total reviews
166 completed classes
Hi! My name is Kristi Given and I am so happy you ventured over to my science learning lab! A little about me: I love animals and enjoy having several pets. I also love science! My teaching style is interactive and hands-on as I try to bring...