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It's electric!

Does that need electricity to work? In this science worksheet, your child learns about objects that get power by being plugged in versus objects that get power from batteries.

Moving things

How is that ball moving? Different objects move in different ways. In this science worksheet, your child will connect objects with the words that describe how they're moving.

On the light side

Where is the light coming from? In this coloring science worksheet your child will learn about different sources of light, identify them, and color them in.

Playing with shadows

What type of shadow will this object make? This coloring science worksheet helps your child understand what creates a shadow and then asks your child to complete the picture by drawing the appropriate shadow on the wall. For this science experiment you will need: light...

Making music

Each musical instrument makes sounds in a different way. In this science worksheet, your child will connect each instrument to the way it is played.

Sounds from near and far

The farther away you are from a sound, the harder it is to hear! In this coloring science worksheet, your child gets practice thinking about soft and loud sounds, and why sounds may be softer when farther away.

Is it a living thing?

Living things can move, eat, grow, and reproduce! In this science worksheet, your child will circle the images of each living thing.

Does it move on its own?

Living things can move on their own, but they can move differently. In this science worksheet, your child will connect each animal to the word that describes how it moves, such as fly, swim, or hop.

What do you see?

In this coloring science worksheet, your child will search the image and color in living things and draw circles around non-living things.

Skin, feathers, and shells

Humans have skin, birds have feathers, crabs have shells! In this science worksheet, your child will learn about the different outer coverings that living things have and connect each animal to the word that describes its outer covering.

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