Where's its tongue? In this science worksheet, your child will draw an x over each animal's tongue and learn about how animals use their tongues (and twist them!) to taste things.
Where's the tummy? In this science worksheet, your child will connect each word (such as arm, chest, and head) to the body part it identifies.
In this coloring science worksheet, your child will follow directions to color in different parts of the plant, learning plant parts such as stem, leaf, roots, and bud.
Plants need water to grow! In this science worksheet, your child picks the plant that has received the correct amount of water and learns about care and feeding of plants.
Where does this animal live? In this science worksheet, your child learns about the different environments animals can live in - and connects each animal to its home.
Did you know that metal things ring when you hit them? In this science worksheet, your child learns to identify some of the properties of metal and some common items made of metal.
Can it float? Does it feel warm or cold to the touch? In this science worksheet, your child learns some of the properties of wood.
Some kinds of paper are stronger than others. In this science worksheet, your child will learn some of the properties of paper and experiment with different types of paper to test their relative strength. For this science experiment you will need: newspaper, paper towel, writing...
In this science worksheet, your child will learn about common materials and items that come from nature (such as wool, rubber tires, and silk ties) or sythesized products that come from a factory (such as nylons and plastic) and connect each item to its natural...
Which fruit floats? This coloring science worksheet asks your child to color the fruit that floats blue and the fruit that sinks red. Then, you can test fruit at home, too! For this experiment you will need: a big bowl filled with water, a few...