all Science worksheets by Subject
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.
Have fun with your child whilst they learn more about sound and its properties.
This Key Stage 1 science download is about the characteristics of materials and will help your child to think about why we use materials the way we do in constructing everyday objects.
A worksheet designed to help your child match an animal to its home.
An investigation comparing the difference between an ice cube melting in air and an ice cube melting in water.
On this worksheet, children need to sort different foods into their groups.
This worksheet encourages children to read through the list of statements about rocks and soils and then decide whether they are true or false.
An activity to encourage your child to go outside and look for habitats, then record the features they find.
A worksheet encouraging children to think about the technology used by scientists in particular areas of science.
A worksheet giving a hypothesis about the movements of the Sun and Earth. Children need to think about whether it is right or wrong and explain their reasoning.
This experiment helps children to think about how to methodically carry out an investigation and then draw conclusions about temperature and dissolving from the results.
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.