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Outdoor Scavenger Hunt

Explore the outdoors with your little learner and embark on a fun outdoor hunt! This is a great printable to bring on any camping or hiking trip, or for a fun Saturday afternoon activity with the kids.

Hot or Cold?

Ask your child to cut and paste images that are hot in the "hot" category, and those that are cold in the "cold" category. This exercise will help him start thinking about temperature critically — and scientifically!

Hot or Cold? (350 KB)

Make a Rocket

Boost your little one’s curiosity by introducing him to some basic chemistry with this simple rocket demonstration.

Make a Rocket (154 KB)

Planting a Garden

Little botanists will enjoy planting their own garden using this Earth Science worksheet. Talk to your child about different stages of planting as she colors, sorts, and glues fruits in her own little garden.

Color Recognition

What color will these painters get when they mix the blue and yellow paint together? Green! This activity will help your preschooler recognize colors and practice following directions.

Weather Book

This activity has kids trace weather words, draw accompanying pictures, and assemble their own weather book. Learning to describe the weather builds key science literacy and pre-writing skills.

Weather Book (1.90 MB)


Eye Color Chart

Let your kindergartener conduct a fun experiment about something that makes people unique: eye color. Help him observe the eye colors of people he knows so he can fill out the chart.

Eye Color Chart (297 KB)

Science Scavenger Hunt

Have your young detective see how many items from the list he can find around your house. This helps develop observational skills and color and texture recognition, important for science learning.

Sort Out the Five Senses

Help your kindergartener make sense of the five senses with this matching worksheet. He'll draw a line connecting each sense with the picture it goes with.

Taste Experiment

Sometimes your senses can play tricks on you! What happens to your sense of taste when you plug your nose? Challenge your child to think about why his sense of smell might affect his sense of taste.

Taste Experiment (205 KB)

Bee Science!

Use this fill-in-the-blank bee diagram to see how much your child knows about bees. Sure to spark her interest in insects, this adorable printable also gets her to practice basic reading.

Bee Science (205 KB)

All About Trees

This is a fun way to get little nature lovers to learn about the different parts of a tree. Your child will practice writing skills and learn important sight words as she labels the basic parts of this orange tree.

All About Trees (205 KB)

First Grade

Learning About Gravity

This worksheet uses a paper bird to demonstrate the center of gravity. To get this bird balancing on the end of his finger, your child will need scissors, paste, and an eye for following directions.

Butterfly Lifecycle

Your first-grader will learn so much while drawing each stage of a butterfly’s life. At the bottom of the page there are handy hints if she needs a little help along the way.

What is Photosynthesis?

Ever wonder how the sun helps plants grow? Here is an easy diagram with fill-in-the-blank questions that helps explain the process of photosynthesis to your young one!

Planets in our Solar System

Your budding astronomer can practice naming the planets with this fun, visual worksheet. She can see the planets in their orbits, and even read fun facts about each planet to help her label them all.

What Lives in the Sea?

Turtles, fish, monkeys, starfish, or cows — what lives in or near the sea? Your little oceanographer will research and identify animals and plant life that live in the sea, using both her own knowledge and the help of the Internet.

Weather Forecast

Mini-meteorologists use their logic and sense of chronology to draw pictures of how the weather might be for the rest of the week, based on what the weather is like right now.

Weather Forecast (155 KB)

Second Grade

How Do Clouds Form?

With this worksheet, your second-grader will take an in-depth look at the evaporation portion of the water-cycle. Use the word bank to fill in the blanks of the diagram.

Learn About Force: Friction

Kids will enjoy learning about friction by answering questions about the amount of friction in different situations.

Frog Lifecycle

Has your child learned about the lifecycle of a frog in school? Test his understanding with this cut-and-paste worksheet that asks kids to cut out the stages of a frog's life and paste them in the correct order.

Frog Lifecycle (415 KB)

Plant Lifecycle Flash Cards

Help your child arrange the stages of plant life in numbered order, then glue the cards down. These flash cards serve as an intro to life science, and also help with counting skills and sequential ordering.

Solar System Mobile

You and your young space enthusiast will have a rocket blast cutting out the planets (or making your own) and making a model of our solar system that you can hang in the house.

What is a Cell?

Cells are the building blocks of all living things. Help your child learn the basics of a cell with this fun activity. He'll learn some key vocabulary words, and then cut and paste his own model of a cell.

What is a Cell? (121 KB)

Third Grade

Color Wheel for Kids

Here's an easy-to-understand breakdown of the color wheel that includes primary, secondary, and tertiary colors, complete with a few quiz questions to keep your little artist on her toes!

Earth Science Crossword: Landforms

From glaciers to mountains to wetlands, our planet has many different landforms. Help your child learn all about them with this fun Earth Science crossword puzzle.

Phases of the Moon

Kids learn interesting facts about the moon calendar and practice their fine motor skills as they color in the sun, earth, and different phases of the moon.

Planet Word Scramble

Kids see a picture of each planet and use their space smarts to unscramble each planet’s name and write it in the blank spaces provided.

Why is the Sky Blue?

Your third-grader will learn exactly why the sky is blue in this colorful, informative, and fun worksheet.

What is Wind Energy?

This colorful worksheet introduces kids to wind energy. After, they'll be challenged with a critical thinking question to reflect on what they've read.

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