Still some problems here. First thing to check is the grid size by clicking on View in breadboard.
Make sure that Align to Grid (two above the Set Grid Size) is ticked, if it is not click on it to activate it. That will cause parts to snap to the grid (it is probably on, but some of your wires are misaligned and that can be the cause!)
which brings up this
if yours doesn’t look like this, click the Restore Default button which will change it back to this. Now on to your images.
The mystery part (probably the themistor) circled in green is correctly connected. Each hole in the breadboard has a single pin in it and the row is a (faint) green color indicating a successful connection. The resistor beside it is connected but incorrect in that the red wire is on the same pin as the resistor. This works in Fritzing but not in real life so move the red wire up one row to an empty pin (shown by the red arrow.) The two diodes above the resistor are incorrect. The bottom diode has a connection to the wire (which as above should be in its own breadboard pin not the same one as the diode) but not to the breadboard, as the breadboard row is not green. That means it is not connected to the diode just above it as it should be. Also move the orange wire up one slot so it doesn’t share the pin with the diode. You may need to click on each diode in turn and move it slightly to the left or right to get it to connect to the breadboard (this is a Fritzing oddity, it needs movement to make the connection.) The breadboard row should turn green to indicate a successful connection. Both the orange and white wires on the diode pin should be moved to their own hole in the breadboard. Clicking on a pin in the breadboard will light up everything connected in yellow, so once this is done do that and check that everywhere the wires and parts are supposed to connect lights up yellow. If they don’t move those that don’t light up until they do.
Similarly the LCD board is not connected in this image (it appears to be connectiing in schematic though so this may have been corrected!) As shown by the red arrow it needs to move up one row to actually connect to the breadboard because the top edge of the LCD screen is below the last row of the breadboard connections and thus the LCD won’t be connected to the breadboard.
The schematic indicates a problem, the pot on the LCD display is not correctly connected. The wiper (the middle pin) is connected, but the two end points (one to 5V and one to ground) are not as neither have connections in schematic. In breadboard there is only a white wire from the wiper to the LCD pin, the other two pot connectors need wires as well. As well you can make the schematic easier to read by right clicking on the Arduino and selecting rotate like this
which rotates the image to a more sensible orientation like this