all Science worksheets by Subject
An investigation to determine what happens when you heat and then cool down different foods. Children are then encouraged to record their results.
A fun activity encouraging children to look at the seeds within fruit.
This worksheet encourages children to read through a plan of an investigation and decide where the problems might be.
A list of quiz questions for children to test their knowledge of circuits.
A worksheet with spaces for children to research skeletons using various sources.
This worksheet shows the results of somebody who has measured their heart rate. It gives questions to prompt children to use their investigative skills.
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.
This experiment that you can do at home helps your child to understand the difference between a reversible change and a non-reversible change.
This activity is a fun way to help your child to learn about the human body and its parts.
Deepen your child's understanding of gravity and offer an opportunity to illustrate that understanding.
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 illustrate the fact that a circuit must be complete for electricity to flow and a bulb to work.
An experiment for children to do at home, which will illustrate the meaning of insulation.
Encourage your child to plan three healthy meals and then to do the opposite and plan three unhealthy meals.
A worksheet to prompt your child to use their knowledge of food chains to make their own chain with the given organisms.
A worksheet showing the results of an experiment into plant growth with encouragement for children to carry out a similar experiment and think about the results.
An activity to encourage your child to look for plants and think about the way the seeds are dispersed.
This worksheet has pictures to prompt children into thinking about the different forces that are at work in everyday life. It also gives another sheet with explanations of the different forces.
A worksheet to encourage children to think about how everyday objects change when they are lit or burnt.