The importance of science, technology and environmental education is accepted by all education boards throughout the globe. Since the latter part of 20th century the education of these subjects are implemented with much more conviction.

American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and National Committee on Science Education Standards have worked for the advancement and modernization of science education that create links between the classroom science and practical applications or experiments.

Science Experiment for Class 3 Standard (Elementary Level Science Projects):

Science has become the most important aspect of our lives. Children can utilize science to understand the universe better. As children get most of their education in school, it is

Middle School Class

Middle School Class

the duty of schools to assign science experiments and projects.

The inborn inquisitiveness in the children will get them interested in science experiments if they are projected in a captivating and in an enthralling manner. Class 3 standard children are still young enough to be moulded. Fun science experiments can attract their attention and get them interested in science.

Free science fairs must be organized by teachers and parents. Class 3 students are at level where they just begin to acknowledge science. Basic, simple experiments, using simple household apparatus gets them interested in the subject.

The most common experiment of freezing of water can be done at home in many fascinating ways. Salinity of salt and uses of salt can be shown through many interesting experiments. Children can be explained why the roads are salted in the snowy cities. Experiments that shows the importance of air in burning excites the kids.

Experiments with plants can be shown to the kids. How a plant grows toward s the sunlight and the importance of roots as the water absorber are all great science experiments which can be shown to the children for inculcating a liking towards the subject.

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