Year 3 - Science

For teachers of Year 3 Australian Curriculum: Science. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) has put together this Pinterest board to assist teachers to plan, teach, assess, and report using free quality digital curriculum resources.
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Egg-layers great and small - Science (1,2,3,4). Take a look at a few of the animals that come from eggs. See a chicken hatch and a turtle laying eggs in the sand. Watch a baby crocodile crawl out of its shell!

Egg-layers great and small - Science Take a look at a few of the animals that come from eggs. See a chicken hatch and a turtle laying eggs in the sand. Watch a baby crocodile crawl out of its shell!

How to teach science. This self-paced coaching module provides Queensland teachers and pre-service teachers with research-validated information and advice to build teacher knowledge, skills and understanding of how to teach science from Prep to Year 10 and in all learning areas. It includes six episodes titled: Teaching science; An inquiry approach; Investigating scientifically; Experimental investigations; Representations; and Personalising learning.

Scootle provides Australian teachers with access to more than quality-assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

Science learning area overview. A one page resource supporting implementation of the Australian Curriculum Science (P-10) with summaries of the learning area rationale and aims, key ideas, intent of interrelated strands and content descriptions...

A one page resource supporting implementation of the Australian Curriculum Science with summaries of the learning area rationale and aims, key ideas, intent of interrelated strands and content descriptions.

Light and shadows - Look at how a tree makes a shadow during a sunny day. Notice that objects always casts shadows that face away from the Sun. Examine how the shape and position of a shadow is related to the time of day and position of the Sun. Explore the shadows cast by different objects such as a bike, an umbrella and a child. Position the Sun to cast shadows at different angles and sizes. Complete pictures by positioning an object, a shadow or the Sun. This learning object is a…

Light and shadows - Look at how a tree makes a shadow during a sunny day. Notice that objects always casts shadows that face away from the Sun.

Kitchen gardens at school - Science (F,3,6)

Kitchen gardens for kids - ideas where kids can learn about irrigation, biology, measurement and cooking for healthy living

Cooking popcorn: just add sunlight and mirrors! - Science (3,5). When mirrors reflect sunlight and concentrate it into a point, a lot of heat is generated. But could mirrors make enough heat to cook popcorn? Watch this clip to find out about a solar-powered cooker made of them.

Cooking popcorn: just add sunlight and mirrors!

Why do plants make fruit? - Science (3,4,5)

- Science -Fruits come in all shapes and colours. Have you ever wondered why plants make them? Discover an amazing variety of fruits. Learn the secret of these little plant packages and the treasures they protect.

The dark world of fungi - Science (3,4,5,6)

The dark world of fungi - Science -If a mushroom is not a plant, what is it? Discover a group of living things that are neither animals nor plants. Explore the mysterious world of fungi and find out the conditions that they need before they can grow.

Monarch marathon: winging it to warmer weather - Science (2,3,4,6)

Monarch Butterfly Populations at Risk, But There’s an Easy Way to Help - - Plant Milkweed!

Plant leaves - Science (3,4,5)

Plant leaves video that encourage kids to collect leaves. Aimed at years but could be relevant to younger years.

The Australian Curriculum: Science is endorsed. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority has developed advice, guidelines and resources incorporating the Australian Curriculum.

Year 2 Health and Physical Education -- The Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education is endorsed. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority has developed advice, guidelines and resources incorporating the Australian Curriculum.

Why is it colder when you swim in deeper water? - Science,STEM (3)

Check out this list of awesome pool games that require no extra pool toys.

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