Year 1 Investigative skills worksheets by School Year
Try this experiment and discover if spreading seeds out helps them to grow better than keeping them all in one place.
You will see lots of butterflies around in the summer. Flowers are in bloom and butterflies get their food by flying from flower to flower, sticking their long tongues out to suck the nectar (a sugary liquid) up. Can you spot any butterflies in your garden or to a nearby park. Look in the bushes. Did you see any of these butterflies?
Look at these pictures. Can you identify the objects? Which ones do you think will float in water? Which ones will sink? Why? Ask a parent if there any that you can test.
This activity is designed to help you learn that different places around your home will be different temperatures and also to help you to practise reading scales on a thermometer.
Many animals across the world have similar characteristics, even if they live in very different places. Use your research skills to find information in books and online and see how many animals you can put in the following boxes. Remember, some animals may fall into more than one box!
Go into your garden and see how many different plants you can find. How could you find out the names of these plants? Who could help you find out? Now play the find my leaf game!
This activity will develop your child's imagination and design skills.
This activity will teach your child the different properties of many common materials and help them identify why they are used.
This Year 1 science worksheet is all about plants and their different parts and offers you the opportunity to discuss how plants grow with your child.
Develop your child's understanding of materials and their different properties.
Help your child learn about the human body and what it can do with this great worksheet.
Your child will enjoy growing their own bean and keeping a record of its progress with this fun diary.
Your child will develop their knowledge of materials and their properties with this fun to do worksheet.
The complexity of nature is studied in intricate detail using a digital microscope in this fascinating science activity for EYFS and KS1 children. It is aimed at Key Stage 1 and EYFS pupils and should be done with a parent or carer.