Animals must fit in
How do the tadpole's eyes, gills, and tail help it survive? In this science worksheet, your child learns to consider how a tadpole's body helps it survive in its natural habitat.
Animals on a grid
Where's the mouse? In this math worksheet, your child will find where each animal is placed on a grid, a foundation for learning about coordinate pairs.
Are beds made of balsa wood?
Which wood is most susceptible to woodworms? In this science worksheet, your child learns about different types of wood and reads a table of data to answer questions.
Are these made of metal?
In this science worksheet, your child will read a table full of experiment results data and determine how many objects are made of metal.
Area of rectangles and squares
Can you find the area of this rectangle? This math worksheet gives your child practice finding the area of large rectangles and squares.
Area of right-angled triangles
This math worksheet asks your child to find the areas of right triangles.
Area: rectangles and squares
This math worksheet asks your child to find the area of rectangles and squares.
Attract or repel?
Look at these pairs of magnets! In this science worksheet your child learns about magnetic poles and determines whether pairs of magnets will attract or repel each other.
Magnets only attract iron, nickel, and cobalt. In this science worksheet, your child will learn about alloys and determine whether a magnet will attract 5 common items.