Pushing and pulling are forces that can start and stop motion. In this science worksheet, your child identifies whether the forces are being exerted to start movement or stop movement.
See the tree's shadow? In this science worksheet, your child learns about the direction of the sun and how it makes shadows and then draws the girl's shadow, too.
Bend it! Stretch it! Squash it!
In this science worksheet, your child will learn that some objects change shapes when they're bent, squashed, or stretched and then return to their former shapes. For each object, your child will check the box if it can be squashed, mark the box with an x if the object can stretch, or color the object if it can bend.
Some things bend, others don't. In this science worksheet, your child learns about the properties of materials and ranks three cups in order of easiest to hardest to bend.
Big triangles, small circles
In this coloring math worksheet, your child will color the big triangles red and the small circles blue, then count how many there are.
Big, bigger, biggest (preK, kindergarten)
Draw a bigger fish! Your child can practice the concepts of bigger and biggest in this coloring math worksheet.
Where's the tummy? In this science worksheet, your child will connect each word (such as arm, chest, and head) to the body part it identifies.
Building a house
Why would you use bricks to build a house? In this science worksheet, your child learns about properties of common building materials.
Can you hear me now?
Sounds from near and far! In this science worksheet, your child learns about how people hear sound from farther away and then answers questions about sound based on the picture.