The many phases of water
Skill: Heating and cooling
A solid, a liquid, and a gas!
In this science worksheet, your child learns about the phases of water (ice, water, vapor) and identifies what these phases look like and how they occur.
How soluble is it?
Skill: Interpreting data
Not all soluble substances dissolve equally. The amount of solute that will dissolve in a solvent is a measure of solubility.
In this science worksheet, your fifth grader will learn about differing rates of solubility by reading a bar chart and interpreting data to answer questions.
Skill: Properties of circuits
Matter that allows electricity to pass through it easily is called an electrical conductor.
In this science worksheet, your child will learn about how well different materials act as electrical conductors.
Friction is a force
Skill: Guided inquiry
When two surfaces come in contact with each other, there is a frictional force. That force slows things down.
In this science worksheet, your child learns about the relative friction of several common items.
Skill: Science experiment to try
Some types of matter easily change into a gas, such as gasoline and perfumes. Denser gases sink under less dense gases.
In this science worksheet, your child learns about the relative density of hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and oxygen.