Reception Science worksheets
A worksheet to help children think about the names of the parts of the body and write the words on a picture.
Encourage your child to use their sense of taste and descriptive skills to work out which food they are eating when blindfolded.
A sheet with boxes for you to discuss with your child what they like doing in various places in their spare time.
Work with your child to draw a design for a toy using labels. Your child can then make the toy and invite someone to play-test it.
A worksheet encouraging you and your child to look at and discuss how our clothes and behaviour change with each season.
This worksheet encourages your child to think about and draw the journey they take to school with sense of 'aerial perspective'.
This activity demonstrates the process of freezing to children. It is a very clear introduction to the concept of liquids and solids.
An activity to bring to life the concept of floating and sinking to Reception-age children. Also includes a table for recording.
Introduce your child to the names of baby animals and help them to match them to the pictures of adult animals.
Encourage your child to find soft and hard objects around the house and then record what they found.
A prompt to discuss with your child what they usually do in the morning and evening. Encourage them to write and / or draw to record this.
A worksheet to prompt the discussion of which animals are awake during the day (diurnal) and which are awake during the night (nocturnal).
A worksheet designed to help your child match an animal to its home.
A worksheet designed to prompt a discussion about the differences between day and night.