all Science worksheets
Some examples of changes made by heating or freezing. Children need to work out whether these are reversible or non-reversible. Some can be tested at home.
Your child will enjoy growing their own bean and keeping a record of its progress with this fun diary.
This kids' science activity looks at the properties of fabrics. It is aimed at Key Stage 1 pupils and should be done with a parent or carer.
A worksheet designed to prompt a discussion about the differences between day and night.
An investigation into the effect of pushing various objects. This includes extension activities to encourage your child to investigate further.
A worksheet encouraging children to match types of rock (igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic) with their descriptions.
A worksheet to help your child think about the properties of different materials, with prompt words at the bottom.
Help your child to plan an investigation into friction using the grid on this worksheet.
Worksheet with a list of statement about friction which children need to sort into 'correct' and 'incorrect' boxes.
Worksheet showing the difference between solids, liquids and gases and encouraging children to find objects and describe them.
This experiment helps children to see clearly how some solids dissolve in hot water and some solids do not.
An activity to help your child understand that some solids can be separated from liquids by filtering.
A fun worksheet that will help your child grasp the concept of forces.
Learning activity: launching a bottle rocket to demonstrate the power of flight. Please note: adult help is required to construct and launch the bottle rocket.
Encourage your child to look outside for minibeasts. Use this sheet to record what you find.
A worksheet to suggest a fun experiment looking at the effect of air power on different objects.
A worksheet listing several statements about springs which children have to sort into 'true' and 'false' boxes.
Use this worksheet to help your child plan an investigation into the amount of light different materials will allow through.
This worksheet prompts your child to think about how they would plan an investigation into keeping warm.