This complete unit will help you cover static electricity, magnetism, and cause and effect relationships in your 3rd grade science class!
This LARGE unit will save you tons of time and keep your class engaged!
If you use everything included and follow my suggested schedule, this unit will cover 8 days worth of lessons!
Students will learn about the cause and effect relationship between two objects not in contact with each other. Students will figure out ways to move objects that are not touching. They will ask questions to determine cause and effect relationships.
This resource includes five labs to meet the third grade standard for NGSS.
Ask questions to determine cause and effect relationships of electric or magnetic interactions between two objects not in contact with each other.NGSS 3-PS2-3
It also addresses Utah SEEd standard 3.3.4.
Plan and carry out an investigation to determine cause and effect relationships of electric or magnetic interactions between two objects not in contact with each other.Utah SEEd 3.3.4
Your students will LOVE these static electricity labs!
This resource includes a slide show, informational text articles with comprehension questions, hands-on lab activities, and more!
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Great resource. My students loved the exciting labs! They really seemed to learn the material. This is a really well-designed unit and algins with the standards.Camille J.
This has so many fun hands-on activities for students to do both remotely and in person. We had a blast with this and I had good feedback from my distance learners.Sarah B.
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