In Third Grade Science, students will further explore the natural cycles that make up the world in which we live.  These cycles include geological phenomena, the stratification of soil, minerals, and rocks.  Homeschool students will learn about fascinating events such as volcanoes and geysers, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, and other natural disasters.  Homeschoolers will round out the year with an in-depth analysis of celestial bodies and how they move to maintain gravitational balance in the solar system and beyond.  

Course Outline:

  1: Matter

  2: Minerals

  3: Rocks

  4: Rocks Overview

  5: Earth

  6: Volcanoes and Geysers

  7: Earthquakes

  8:  Water

  9:  Life in the Water

10:  Life on Land

11:  Life on Land

12:  Life in the Air

13:  Life in the Air

14:  Life Underground

15: Life Review

16:  Space

17:  Space

18:  The Sun

19:  The Sun

20:  The Moon

21: Earth, Sun and Moon

22: Space Review

23:  The Seasons

24:  Weather

25:  Weather

26:  Extreme Weather

27: Weather Review

28:  Electricity

29:  Sound

30:  Sound

31:  Sound

32: Sound Review

33: Science Project

34: Science Project

35: Science Project

36: Course Wrap-Up

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