Seed detectives

Skill: Deductive reasoning

Seed-detectives

Just the seeds, ma’am!

Be a seed detective. In this science worksheet, your child will connect each seed to the fruit it came from — and could become!

 
 
 

The light of the moon

Skill: Guided inquiry

Light-of-the-moon

As the moon travels around the Earth, we see different amounts of the moon lit up by the sun. This is known as the phases of the moon.

In this science worksheet, your child learns about the waxing and waning moon and then draws the phases of the moon between new moons.

 
 

Runny materials

Skill: States of matter

Runny-materials

Liquids make things wet. All liquids flow. This means they are “runny” and can be poured.

In this science worksheet, your child observes the outcomes of an experiment and determines which of five liquids is the runniest.

 
 

Reading thermometers

Skill: Observational skills

Reading-thermometers

It’s getting hot in here!

In this science worksheet, your child will read various thermometers to determine the temperature in degrees Celsius.

 
 
 

Magnet magic

Skill: Properties of metal

Magnet-magic

The force of magnetism!

What will a magnet attract? In this science worksheet, your child will draw a line connecting the magnet to all the items it will attract.

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Updated: April 16, 2016