all Science worksheets
Your child will learn all about the life cycle of a plant and what plants need to grow with this fun worksheet.
A cutting out and re-ordering activity, where your child needs to match vocabulary on electricity with the correct definition.
Develop your child's understanding of forces with an experiment to demonstrate the workings of a jet engine whilst encouraging scientific discussion.
This worksheet shows the results of an experiment into friction. It has questions below to prompt children to think about what the results mean and draw their own conclusions.
Introduce your child to the names of baby animals and help them to match them to the pictures of adult animals.
Activities for your child to do at home that will demonstrate the fact that air exists.
A worksheet to prompt children into carrying out an investigation into the force exerted by water on different objects.
This experiment helps children to understand that sometimes a solution of a solid and a liquid can be separated by evaporation.
A sheet encouraging children to look at the ingredients in different food and consider which are healthy and which are not.
This worksheet encourages children to think about how they would carry out an experiment into circuits. It requires them to draw a diagram using the correct symbols.
This worksheet encourages children to think about what materials they would need to build a house and why.
Develop your child's understanding of materials and their different properties.
A list of statements on circuits and conductors that children need to think about and then sort into the 'true' and 'false' boxes.
Fun experiments to help your child learn about magnetism and magnets.
A worksheet with prompts to encourage children to research different aspects of the topics they cover over the course of Year 5.
Encourage your child to find soft and hard objects around the house and then record what they found.
This worksheet requires children to give ways of proving that sound can travel through solids and then try out their ideas.
A worksheet to prompt children to think about the dangers of electricity and how they could warn others about this.
Use this worksheet to discuss conductors and insulators with your child. See if they can work out which materials will make the bulb light up and why.
A fun activity encouraging children to look at the seeds within fruit.