Which one's different?
One of these is different! Your child will identify the object in each group that's different in this coloring math worksheet.
Which type of writing?
Each of these phrases comes from a different type of writing: instructions, explanations, poems, folk tales, novels, informational texts, or arguments. In this reading worksheet, your child will use the language to determine what type of text each phase comes from.
Which unit of measure?
This measuring math worksheet helps your child understand the differences between inches and miles, ounces and pounds, and other units of measure. Your child will choose the appropriate unit for measuring various everyday items.
Which vehicle is different?
In this coloring worksheet, your child identifies the boat, bike, truck, or car in each row that's different from the others.
Who has more money?
This money math worksheet gives your child practice adding up coins and comparing money values.
Which rabbit is fastest? This coloring math worksheet helps your child understand and put in order 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.
Why parachutes work
Opposing forces — gravity and air resistance (friction) — help parachutes work. In this science worksheet, your child learns about these opposing forces and how they affect a parachute's descent.
Will it float?
In this science worksheet, your child learns why things weigh less in water and uses data to understand the difference.
Wires as conductors (in circuits)
How long and thick a wire is can affect how well it conducts electricity. In this science worksheet, your child learns the properties of wires in circuits that make a windmill turn faster and slower.