all Science worksheets by Subject
Close your eyes. Your mum or dad have made a strange object for you... can you guess what it is? Open your eyes and investigate!
In understanding that living things grow, it is fun for children to observe how they themselves have grown and changed. Children are usually very enthusiastic about talking about all the things they can do!
How would you like to have your own little island? Let's find out how...
It’s easy to make your very own grass head. You can keep your head on the window sill, and you’ll be amazed at how fast it grows!
Can you draw a line to take each baby to its mum?
There are patterns all around us. Take a large piece of white paper and a crayon and see if you can capture some!
Here's a tasty science experiment for you, investigating solids and liquids!
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!
Try this experiment and discover if spreading seeds out helps them to grow better than keeping them all in one place.
This quiz covers all the topics you have learnt in Y2 science. Can you answer all the questions?
Use your local library or the internet to find out how each of these animals keep warm in the winter.
Cut out these cards. Match each picture to the correct group of sentences!
Can you think of things you do only in the spring and summer?
Draw a picture of yourself in the autumn and a picture of yourself in the winter, then answer these questions about what you do in these seasons.
A fossil is the remains or the impression of a prehistoric animal which has been left embedded in rock. Fossils can tell us lots of things about the past. Have a look at this image and see if you can answer the following questions.
Can you identify which of these are vertebrate and which are invertebrates?
In order to be able to have children, our bodies need to go through changes. Puberty is a big change that occurs in girls and boys roughly between the ages of 11 and 14. Read this text a few times. Now cover it over and see if you can remember four changes for girls and four changes for boys
When a plant drops seeds, the seeds need to be spread as widely as possible, so that each one has a good chance of growing into a new plant. Look at each of these plants. How are their seeds dispersed?
Can you cut out these cards and arrange them in the correct order on the life cycles frame?