all Science worksheets by Subject
A worksheet encouraging your child to research into how different gases are used to help us in everyday life.
A cut out and stick activity that encourages children to think about which animals eat which plants and animals. They need to arrange these into food chains with arrows pointing the correct way.
A worksheet to help test children's knowledge of circuits. It also asks questions about fair testing and variables.
This activity is a fantastic opportunity to introduce your child to the concept of light and dark.
Help your child think about their family and living arrangements with this worksheet, which encourages them to draw a picture of their home and the people who live in it.
An activity involving sorting toys according to a criteria discussed between you and your child.
Worksheet with recording table to suggest a way of investigating whether different objects are attracted to a magnet.
A worksheet listing questions for children to research about teeth.
A cut-out and stick activity that will help your child to think about different types of teeth, how they are shaped and what they do.
A list of statements about muscles and bones that children need to cut out and then sort into 'true' and 'false' piles.
A worksheet with pictures of the process of evaporation. Children need to write in the boxes what they think is happening in each picture.
A worksheet encouraging you and your child to look at and discuss how our clothes and behaviour change with each season.
This download prompts your child to think about the harmful micro-organisms that are killed by cleaning products.
This worksheet encourages children to look at pictures and then express their understanding of gravity. There is an answer sheet to follow.
This activity will develop your child's imagination and design skills.
An ingenious experiment that will demonstrate how day and night occur in simple terms.
Help your child to use their sense of touch to feel different hard and soft objects and then try to guess what they are.
Encourage your child to ask people about their favourite toys and record the information on this simple table.
A grid for you and your child to record what you find out about the properties of different materials.