Science – 3

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All science courses are intended to allow individuals to understand the relationships that science, technology, and society share in our everyday world. Each subject uses laboratory, classroom, and technology activities to illustrate the nature of science and how scientific knowledge evolves.

Class 3 science syllabus has chapters like living and nonliving things, kinds of plants, parts of a plant, bodies of animals, eating habits of animals, birds and their bodies, nesting habits of birds, the human body, safety and first aid, air water and weather, rocks and soils, The Earth, Our Environment etc.

What Will You Learn?

  • To develop scientific vocabulary and enhance student
  • comprehension of written scientific material from a variety of sources.
  • To increase student ability to solve scientific problems.
  • To enhance student scientific inquiry skills through
  • conducting scientific experiments and participating in scientific activities.
  • To increase student understanding of basic scientific concepts.
  • To heighten student awareness of scientific issues affecting their lives and increase their interest in science.

Course Content

Theme 01: Feeding Habits of Animal
Here's a summary of the topic "Feeding Habits of Animals" for a class 3 science subject: Animals have different feeding habits based on what they eat. Some animals are herbivores, which means they eat plants. They have flat teeth for grinding and chewing plant material. Examples of herbivores are cows, goats, and rabbits. Other animals are carnivores, which means they eat other animals. They have sharp teeth for tearing meat. Examples of carnivores are lions, tigers, and eagles. Some animals are omnivores, which means they eat both plants and animals. They have a combination of flat and sharp teeth. Examples of omnivores are bears, pigs, and humans. Animals have different ways of finding and catching their food. Some animals, like cows, graze on grass all day. Others, like lions, hunt and chase their prey. Some animals, like birds, use their beaks to catch fish or insects. Overall, animals have adapted to their environments and developed feeding habits that help them survive and thrive in their habitats.

  • Feeding Habits of Animal

Theme 02: Safety Comes First

Theme 03: My Sweet Home

Theme 04: Soil

Theme 05: Living and non-living Things

Theme 06: Animals and Plants

Theme 07: Parts of a Plant

Theme 08: Birds : Feeding and Moving

Theme 09: Human Body : A Wonderful Machine

Theme 10: Measurement

Theme 11: Light, Sound and Force

Theme 12: Our Earth

Theme 13: A trip to space

Theme 14: Water and Weather

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