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Science Project for Class Three Standard

Science project for class three standards is actually a very difficult task as the students are not only young, but cannot handle the project alone and they need the guidance of elders to get to know the concept behind it.

Science Project for Class 3rd Grade :

Before commencing, answer some questions to yourself, in order to choose the project for the child.

  • Check whether she/he is interested in the environment that is around like wishing to know about the animals, insects, plants etc
  • Check whether your child is more interested in indoor games like doing puzzles or creating her own doll or painting a model.
  • Check whether she/he is interested in the way the animal behaves or curious about people in several circumstances.

Whatever is best suited as science project for class three standards, you can select and motivate accordingly to choose one of the topics which is appealing and soothing to the child. One of the best suited models is volcano, which you can create in your own home and show the child.

You can also ask the child to collect different insects that’s found in the surrounding and ask the child to pin and name the insect in a big chart.

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You can also go for butterfly and its eggs, if it’s possible along with a caterpillar so that you can teach the child the life cycle of a butterfly with its display.

You can also help the child to create sundial or design one of the body part with the help of polymer or doll materials. These models will make an immense contribution to science fair projects.

Making the display of insects is one of the best ways of learning about it. Research on the human body or any of the body part can also be interesting to the child, about legs, hands, or arms or eye and eye parts or any one of the internal organs displaying with little bit of briefing about it, could all work well and make your child’s science project for class three standard.

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