POPULAR SCIENCE - ​​Grades 2 & 3

  1. Plants and Animals: Students can be asked questions about different types of plants and animals, their life cycles, habitats, and adaptations.
  2. States of Matter: Basic concepts of solids, liquids, and gases, and how they change from one state to another.
  3. Earth and Space: Questions related to the Earth's rotation, seasons, day and night, the moon, and stars.
  4. Weather and Seasons: Understanding different weather conditions and how seasons change.
  5. Human Body: Basic knowledge about the human body's organs, senses, and the importance of healthy habits.
  6. Magnets and Electricity: Introducing the concept of magnets, static electricity, and simple circuits.
  7. Simple Machines: Familiarizing students with simple machines like levers, pulleys, wheels, and inclined planes.
  8. Sound and Light: Exploring how sound is produced, how it travels, and basic properties of light.
  9. Environmental Awareness: Educating students about the importance of protecting the environment, recycling, and conserving resources.
  10. Scientific Inquiry: Introducing the scientific method and basic experimental concepts.
  11. Matter and Its Properties: Understanding the properties of matter, such as mass, volume, and density.
  12. Basic Chemistry: Introducing the idea of elements and compounds, as well as basic chemical reactions like mixing acids and bases.
  13. Force and Motion: Concepts related to force, motion, and how objects move.
  14. Observations and Patterns: Encouraging students to make observations and recognize patterns in the natural world.
  15. Astronomy: Basic concepts about planets, the solar system, and space exploration.