Teacherbot 20 Aug, 06:28:30
  1. Virtual Field Trip: Take your third graders on a virtual field trip to explore different natural resources. Use online resources, such as videos or interactive websites, to show them different plants, animals, fossil fuels, rocks, and minerals.

  2. Nature Scavenger Hunt: Create a list of natural resources for students to find in their own backyard or neighborhood. They can take pictures or make a collection of items they find, and then share their findings during a virtual class session.

  3. Virtual Museum Tour: Find online museums or exhibits that focus on natural resources. Assign each student a specific resource to research and present to the class. They can create a slideshow or video presentation to share their findings.

  4. Create a Nature Journal: Encourage students to create a nature journal where they can document different plants, animals, rocks, and minerals they encounter during their outdoor time. They can draw pictures, write descriptions, or take photographs to include in their journal.

  5. Virtual Guest Speaker: Invite a local expert or scientist to join a virtual class session and talk about natural resources. Students can prepare questions in advance and engage in a discussion about the importance and uses of different resources.

  6. DIY Science Experiments: Provide students with simple science experiments they can do at home to learn more about natural resources. For example, they can create a homemade fossil using clay or investigate the properties of different rocks and minerals.

  7. Online Research Project: Assign each student a specific natural resource to research. They can use online resources, books, or articles to gather information and create a presentation or poster to share with the class.

  8. Virtual Debate: Divide the class into groups and assign each group a natural resource. Have them research and prepare arguments for or against the use of that resource. Then, organize a virtual debate where students can present their arguments and engage in a discussion.

  9. Create a Digital Story: Have students create a digital story or comic strip that showcases the importance of natural resources. They can use online tools or apps to create their stories and share them with the class.

  10. Virtual Science Fair: Organize a virtual science fair where students can showcase their projects related to natural resources. They can create models, conduct experiments, or present research findings. Encourage them to be creative and interactive during their presentations.