Fourth Grade Life Science Activities

Fourth Grade Life Science activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy fourth grade life science activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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Here's a fourth grade science craft with lots of benefits: it's good for birds, good for your child's learning, and good for the planet, too.
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Help your child create a working lung model that fills with air just like the lungs inside of his own chest when he breathes.
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Show your fourth grader how to see her heart in action. Make a simple device out of a drinking straw and clay to help her spot the movement of her pulse!
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What happens when eyes see something that the brain knows cannot be true? In this science activity, the brain has to "fudge" it when interpreting what you see.
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Help your child learn about animal classification with this fun and delicious activity.
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Help your child create a magical miniature garden in the most unlikely of places: a recycled plastic bottle!
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Your fourth grader will be astonished to discover the significance and intricacies of his spine as he builds a model of a human vertebral column.
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Try hammering some plants with your kids to teach them a valuable lesson in flower science while making beautiful artwork in the process!
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Create a soda bottle garden that defies gravity! This hanging terrarium is housed in a soda bottle and perfect for crafty kids with a growing green thumb.
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Your child can explore the wonders of science, and the concept of dehydration, along with creating a healthy and tasty treat!
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Grow potatoes in a plastic bag—easy to grow and harvest, and yummy to eat!
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Have your child build a model of a coral polyp, one of the tiny animals that composes a coral reef.

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