Grade 3 Overdrive Resources for New Outcomes

 

Science:

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Science Around the House

STEM Grade 3

What’s the Big Idea? Amazing Science Questions for the Curious Kid

Ecosystems and Biodiversity:

A Mouse in a Meadow

Avanti: Discovering Arctic Ecology

Because of an Acorn

D is for Desert

Step into the Desert

Ecosystems: Super Cool Science Experiments

Understanding Biomes

Inside Ecosystems and Biomes

Hey Diddle Diddle, A Food Chain Tale

How Ecosystems Work

Afternoon in the Amazon and Rain Forests Fact Tracker

Why are the Rainforests being Destroyed?

Ocean Habitats

Many Biomes One Earth

Nature’s Patchwork Quilt

Over in Australia

Over in the Arctic

Over in the Forest

Over in the Jungle

Pass the Energy Please! and Guide

Polar Regions

Rainforest Experiments

Stories for a Fragile Planet

A Walk in the Rainforest and Guide

Temperate Forest Experiments

Tundra Experiments

Why are the Rainforests Being Destroyed?

Atoms and Molecules:

Atoms and Molecules (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Investigating the Chemistry of Atoms (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Learning About Atoms (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Atoms and Molecules Experiments (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Junk Drawer Chemistry

Thermal Energy:

Burn: Michael Faraday’s Candle

Energy: Heat, Light and Fuel

Energy Unit Study (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Energy: Heat Light and Sound Unit Study

Energy Around Us Unit Study (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Energy for Every Kid (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Experiment with Heat

Hot and Cold

Hot and Cold: Read and Do Science

Too Hot? Too Cold?

Landforms and Erosion:

Do You Really Want to Create a Mudslide?

Erosion

Examining Erosion

How do Water and Wind Change Rock?

I can Write a Book About Landforms

Landforms

Landforms Thematic Unit

The Hunt for Hidden Treasure – A Mystery about Rocks

What is a Landform?

Social Studies:

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Mapping Skills with Google Earth

Indigenous Peoples Around the World including shared aspects of life:

A Long Walk to Water

Aboriginal Australians

Aleuts

Art a la Carte: First Nations Unit Study (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Indigenous Peoples

Maasai

Maori

Mongols

Polynesians

Yanomami

First Nations Peoples, including Culture, technology, way of life:

Algonquin

Andrei and the Snow Walker

Arctic Communities Past and Present

Amazing Arctic and Antarctic Projects you can build yourself

Big Books for First Nations (at a younger grade level but may be useful)

First Nations: Native Cultures of Canada Unit Study (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

First Nations of North America: Algonquin

First Nations of North America: Arctic Peoples

Inuit

Iroquois

Native American Culture with 25 Projects

Native Americans with 15 Projects

Native American History for Kids with 21 Projects

First Nations Oral History, Stories and Artifacts:

All Our Relatives

All The Stars in the Sky

A Little Boy Catches a Whale

Beneath Raven Moon

Brothers of the Wolf

Eagle’s Reflection

Enchanted Moccasins

The First Beaver

The First Mosquito

The Girl Who Loved Horses

Grizzly’s Home

Hiawatha and the Peacemaker

How Things Came to Be: Inuit Stories of Creation

How Coyote Stole the Summer

Nature’s Circle

Orca’s Family

The Gift of the Inuksuk

Peace Dancer

The Raven and the Loon

Raven Brings Back the Sun

The Salmon Twins

Salmon’s Journey

Sky Woman and the Big Turtle

Soapstone Signs

Big Books for First Nations (at a younger grade level but may be useful)

First Nations: Native Cultures of Canada Unit Study (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

First Nations of North America: Arctic Peoples

Art a la Carte: First Nations Unit Study (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

Iroquois

Relationship between Humans and their Environment:

Big Books for First Nations (at a younger grade level but may be useful)

First Nations: Native Cultures of Canada Unit Study (at a higher grade level but may be useful)

First Nations of North America: Arctic Peoples

Iroquois

Kamik’s First Sled

Our First Caribou Hunt

Language Arts:

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Animal Reports

Bay City Blogger

Country Reports

Creative Writing Ideas

Easy File Folder Reports

Fables

Fairy Tales

Fall Writing

Folk Tales

Fractured Fairy Tales

Giant Write Every Day

Grammar Games

Graphic Organizer Roundup

Guided Report Writing

How to Write Reports on Books

I Can Write a Book About Countries

I Can Write a Book About Cultures

I Can Write a Book About History

I Can Write a Book About How to Be Happy and Healthy

Journaling and Writers Notebook Ideas

Literacy Safari

Literature Circle Gazette

Literature Pockets – Folk Tales and Fairy Tales

Literature Pockets – Aesop’s Fables

Modern Cursive Handwriting Practice

Movie Response Sheets

My Super Science Journal

Mystery Series – The Case of the Captured Cat

Mystery Stories (Writing Stories)

Non-Fiction Reading

Opinion Writing – The Best Invention Ever

Paired Passages Grade 3

Paragraph Writing

Persuasive Writing

Poetry Patterns

Poetry – Read and Understand

Poetry Read and Understand

Poetry Writing Journal

Read a Book – Make a Book

Reading Engagement

Reading Response Foldable

Reading Response Forms

Reading the World with Picture Books

Review it! Helping Peers Create Their Best Work

Speak Up! Giving an Oral Presentation

Spectrum Writing 3

Spring Writing

Take it to Your Seat – Writing Centres

Take it to Your Seat – Writing Centres

Tall Tales

Tom’s New Business

Traditional Cursive

Winter Writing

Writing Personal Narratives

Writing – Elementary Poets

Mathematics:

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Chickens on the Move

Clean Sweep Campers

A Collection for Kate

Count on Pablo

Daily Math Practice Grade 3

Just Graphin Fun

Kid’s Making Money

Pattern Bugs

Pythagoras and the Ratios

The Royal Treasure Measure

Saving for the Future

Sharing with Others

Sir Cumference and All the King’s Tens

Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi

Sir Cumference and the First Round Table

Sir Cumference and the Great Knight of Angleland

Sir Cumference and the Isle of Immeter

Sir Cumference and the Off the Charts Dessert

Sir Cumference and the Sword in the Cone

Sir Cumference and the Viking’s Map

Splitting the Herd: A Corral of Odds and Evens

Super Smart Shopping

Tally Cat Keeps Track

Visual Guide to the Third Grade

What is Money?

What’s Your Angle, Pythagoras?

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