all Materials worksheets by Subject
Our lives are full of wonderful and different materials. Today you are going to have a look at some of the things you have in your home and see if you can sort them into different types of materials.
Using our litter or rubbish to make something new and special is an exciting way to recycle. Today you are going to design and make your own litter bugs.
Did you know that you can make musical instruments by recycling some of your rubbish? Today you are going to have a go yourself.
Can you make an item that floats? Your challenge is to make a boat that can sail Bill across the river.
Have you ever noticed that some things sit on top of water and others sink to the bottom? This is an investigation to help you figure out which items sink and which float and why that might be.
Today you are going to make a super special den. You can construct your den inside or outside and use anything you like; blankets, cushions, tables and chairs work well.
Poor old Humpty is having a terrible time! Can you put Humpty together again and build him a nice sturdy wall to sit on?
Ralf has heard that recycling some of our rubbish can help look after the environment. He has gathered up all the rubbish he can find, but he needs your help to sort it into the right bins. Cut out each item and stick it into the correct recycling bins.
A colourful science experiment to try! You'll need some washing up liquid and lots of food colouring. Are you ready to make a snake?
Today you are going to make your own magic playdough. Sounds fun? Let's go...!
Today you are going to make some delicious crispy cakes to help you explore how materials can change.
Have a look at these objects. Do you think they are natural or man-made? Can you draw a line to match them to the right shelves?
This activity is designed to encourage your child to observe the similarities and differences between different materials.
There are patterns all around us. Take a large piece of white paper and a crayon and see if you can capture some!
Sam wants to build a bridge for his toy car. He has four different types of paper. How could you find out which one is best? Have a go yourself and find out!
This quiz covers all the topics you have learnt in Y2 science. Can you answer all the questions?
Imagine that you are inventing a space ship. What features will you include? Think of the materials will they be made from (you can make up your own materials). Describe the properties of each material and why these will be useful for things you will encounter on your space journey. Can you draw a labelled picture of it?
Some materials are more suitable for particular jobs than others. Look at these pictures and decide which of the materials could be used for each job. Which ones would not be suitable at all?
Can you work with an adult to group some of the objects in your kitchen? Sort them into piles or draw pictures of them on these cards