all Science worksheets by Subject
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.
An activity sheet with ideas for things to do at home that demonstrate the connection between sound and vibrations.
A cutting and sticking activity to help reinforce children's knowledge of the water cycle.
This worksheet asks children to think about what difference extra bulbs or cells make to a circuit.
This fun activity helps children to understand that micro-organisms in our mouth are responsible for turning sugar to acid. It demonstrates the effect of acid on teeth by using an egg and some vinegar.
A simple but effective worksheet that will introduce your child to the idea of a balanced diet.
This KS2 worksheet will reinforce your child's knowledge of forces and help them to use different methods of recording information.
Encourage your child to feel a variety of objects and then sort them according to whether they are soft or hard.
Worksheet giving ideas for showing the effect of static electricity by using a balloon and various objects.
A worksheet showing results of an experiment into soil permeability with questions for children to answer.
Quiz questions to encourage your child to think about how scientists work and why they do the things they do.
A list of questions to prompt children into thinking further about moving and growing and the importance of the skeleton.