Third Grade: March 23-31

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HELLO, 
Third Grade Scientists! 

Our lives have been so different, haven't they?  I hope you and your family are doing well. I'm fine, but I miss you.

I'm disappointed that we didn't have a chance to finish up our study of crayfish.  Even so, I am really proud of the work that EVERYONE did.
You completed great work in your science notebooks, learned a lot about being sensitive and gentle (and brave) with living creatures, and you took risks and built strong skills to work in teams.  I went in late one afternoon last week and collected all of the living creatures from the science lab.  I brought them home to take care of them. They crayfish especially did NOT appreciate the bumpy ride down my driveway, and they also don't really like being around my cat Skippy Jon Jones. I think it will be be best to release them in my creek.  When I do, I'll post a video here so that you can help me say, "Goodbye, sweet Crawdaddies!!!  Be FREE!!!"



(This lesson has been updated:  3/24/2020 11:20 am)

I found a great activity for you to explore FORCE and MOTION, specifically, Pushes and Pulls


Please go into the website by clicking here: 

Brain Pop Jr.

In the top right corner of the page click on LOG IN.
In the Pop up window, by USERNAME type wbescience
 ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿป‍๐Ÿ”ฌ make sure, when you enter the user name, that the w is LOWER case

and the password is 
175ehr

Click on the box that says SCIENCE 
Click on the box that says FORCES 
Click on the box that says PUSHES AND PULLS


Watch the Pushes and Pulls VIDEO

then choose at least two (2) of the related activities that you find here.  When possible,
save results as PDF's, and email them to me.  (Sometimes not all of the activity links work in Brain Pop Jr., but that's okay.)

                  -OR -

You can email me one of the following :
๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿป‍๐Ÿ”ฌ Write a couple sentences explaining what you learned about Pushes and Pulls (include a drawing if you want to). You can do this in your device, or use paper, markers, crayons, scissors, glue... and take a picture of your work to send to me.)

๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿป‍๐Ÿ”ฌ Write a couple of questions that
Pushes and Pulls made you wonder about.

๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿป‍๐Ÿ”ฌ Make a little video demonstrating a concept about Pushes and Pulls that you learned, or showing an experiment about Pushes and Pulls that you found or made up.

๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿป‍๐Ÿ”ฌ Create your own project or demonstration about Pushes and Pulls and send me photos, video, or text to share what you did. 



Please send your work using this link:
beth.evans@bcsemail.org
In the subject line please tell me your
name, grade and teacher. 
Like this: 
Subject:  Mack Smith, 3, Frizzle


I will email you a reply when I receive your work.  Thank you for working so hard.  Kiss your brain!