all Science worksheets
A fun way to introduce your child to the concept of gravity and its effect on objects.
Your child will develop their knowledge of materials and their properties with this fun to do worksheet.
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 practical activity for children to test what happens when they stretch, bend, squash and twist different materials.
A worksheet with boxes for sorting different materials into sets according to their properties.
A worksheet to encourage children to think about objects and whether they use magnets.
This KS2 download will help your child to make simple comparisons and use first-hand experience to test predictions.
Vocabulary regarding temperature and heat for children to cut out and match with the correct definitions.
A worksheet demonstrating the male and female parts of a flower and then explaining the process of pollination and fertilisation. Children draw pictures to show their understanding.
Activity encouraging children to use objects around the home to demonstrate floating, sinking and the upthrust force of water.
This worksheet asks questions to help prompt your child to distinguish between mass and weight. There are also some questions on equipment and units used to measure the mass and weight of objects.
In this entertaining activity your child will learn all about sounds.
An experiment that combines having fun with learning all about what plants need to grow.
This worksheet encourages your child to think about and draw the journey they take to school with sense of 'aerial perspective'.
A cutting out and sorting activity to help your child understand the difference between plants and animals.
An opportunity for your child to design their own investigation to find out which materials float.
Worksheet encouraging children to think about the properties of different rocks.
A worksheet encouraging your child to design their own area that will encourage wildlife.
Worksheet prompting your child to design a poster letting people know about the beneficial effects of friction.