Online Science Olympiad Class Syllabus for Grade 3

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Syllabus

Plants and Animals

  • Living and Non–living things in the surroundings
    • Examples of living and non-living
    • Features of living and non-living
    • Difference between living and non-living
  • Parts, structure and function of each part of plant: (Root, stem, leaf flower and fruit)
  • Structure and kind of seeds
  • Function of Leaves - photosynthesis, seasonal shedding, usefulness of leaves, Preparing manure the natural way
  • Germination of seeds
    • Process of germination, need of water, air, warmth for germination
  • Plants as herbs, shrubs, trees and climbers and their examples
  • Parts of plants used as food items: Leaves, roots fruits, seeds, flowers
  • Plant products such as oil, spices, pulses and other edible things (medicinal leaves, seeds)
  • Animals their food and home
    • Homes of animals
    • Feeding and eating habits of some animals
    • Food chain
  • Different types of animals - Similarities, dissimilarities, habitat of animals, crawling animals, flyers and insects
  • Common Insects: Ants, beetles, bees, flies, mosquitoes, butterfly, body parts of an insect- head, thorax, abdomen, legs, wings, life cycle of a butterfly, some social insects (ants, bees) at home and in the environment, harmful effects of insects (mosquitoes, termites, lice, cockroaches, houseflies, bedbugs), remedies

Birds

  • Common birds, local/Indian
  • Classification of birds on the basis of their beaks, nests, sounds and claws
  • How birds fly
  • Food habits of birds
  • Nests of some interesting birds (weaver, tailor, woodpecker birds)
  • Some other interesting facts about birds (eggs, sounds, habitat)
  • Bird bath and care for animals

Food

  • Sources of food - plants and animals food pyramids
  • Balanced diet and nutrients – its importance
  • Significance of food for various age groups – milk, vegetables, pulses, cereals, etc

Housing and Clothing

  • Features of good house and clean house
  • Fibres: Natural fibre, Plant fibre, animal fibre, man-made fibre
  • Clothes and seasons

Transport and Communication

  • Identifying different parts of a vehicle
  • Example of force and motion in our daily life – push, pull
  • Inventions in the field of Science and Technology related to communication
  • Fuel and its use

Human Body

  • Internal organs of the human body: General structure, location and functions of the different internal organs
  • External organs of the human body
  • Respiratory system
    • Parts/organs of the respiratory system, (nose, windpipe, lungs) and their functions, process (inhale & exhale) of breathing
    • Diagram and labelling of organs of the respiratory system
    • Simple process of deep breathing
    • Working model of the respiratory system
  • What is our body made up of?
  • Organ systems
    • Skeletal system
    • Muscular system
    • Digestive system
    • Breathing system
    • Circulatory system
    • Nervous system
    • Excretory system
    • Reproductive system
  • Air Pollution - Causes and problems
  • Description of sense organs
  • Diseases and symptoms

Earth and Universe

  • Understanding Space – comets, meteors and asteroids
  • Effects of global warming on the earth
  • Earth:
    • Shape of the earth
    • Movements of the earth: Rotation and revolution
    • Earth as a magnet
  • The heavenly bodies
    • The sun and its family
    • Moon: Phases of moon, Surface of the moon
    • Stars
    • Constellations
  • Why do planets appear bright?
  • What makes life possible on Earth?
  • How are days and nights formed?

Matter and Material

  • Forms of Matter: Solids liquids and gases
    • a) Examples of solids and their properties
    • b) Examples of liquids and their properties
    • c) Examples of gases and their properties
    • d) Uses of matter
  • Change of state

Light, Sound and Force

  • Luminous and non-luminous objects
  • Shadow: Length of shadow
  • Sound
  • Noise
  • Force: Friction, gravitation, muscular, etc

Our Environment

  • Importance of rain and rain water harvesting
  • Three forms of water, condensation and evaporation
    • Water Purification
    • Water cycle
  • Seasons
  • Weather: Windy days, Cloudy days, Rainy days, Sunny days
  • Water impurities: types and causes
  • What does air contain?
  • Physical Properties of water (occupy space, take shape of the container)
  • Water and water solutions: Conditions that affect making of a solution (stirring, warm water)
  • Common soluble and insoluble substances in water (simple experiments): Objects that float, sink in water (through simple activities)
  • How is soil formed?
  • Layers and uses of soil
  • What does soil contain?
  • Types of soil: Sandy soil, clayey soil, loam

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