For a change

Skill: Properties of solids and liquids


So cool, it’s hot

When ice cream melts, you can make it hard again by freezing it. In this science worksheet, your child will evaluate everyday items and identify whether a change in that item could be reversed by cooling, heating — or neither!


Comes from nature!

Skill: Guided inquiry


100% natural! Or is it?

In this science worksheet, your child will learn about common materials and items that come from nature (such as leather shoes, cotton shirts, rubber tires). They will learn that some items are synthesized and come from a factory (such as nylon tights and plastic cups). They they will connect each item to its natural or manufacturing origin.


Different types of paper

Skill: Science experiment to try


What’s stronger? Paper towel or wrapping paper?

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 how strong they are. You will need: a paper cup, newspaper, a paper towel, writing paper, tissues, tissue paper, toilet paper, cardboard, and wrapping paper.


It’s elastic!

Skill: Observational skills


Time for some stretching exercises!

In this science worksheet, your child observes the properties of elastic bands and how weight affects them. Then they interpret the data.


The circle of life

Skill: Learning about life cycles


Which came first?

Offspring are young animals. In this science worksheet, your child learns about 4 stages of life in a chicken’s life cycle: egg, chick, young bird, adult chicken.

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