all Science worksheets
A worksheet showing results of an experiment with questions underneath to consider.
Help your child to use their sense of touch to feel different hard and soft objects and then try to guess what they are.
An activity for your child to try at home to help them get a clear understanding of the comparative sizes of and distances between the Earth, Sun and moon.
Encourage your child to ask people about their favourite toys and record the information on this simple table.
This worksheet will help your child experience the basic principles of forces such as pushing/pulling, gravity, and friction.
A grid for you and your child to record what you find out about the properties of different materials.
This activity encourages children to investigate at home which factors will make a difference to how fast a solid dissolves.
A list of statements for children to look through and decide which are true of good scientists.
An activity to help your child identify ways to lead a healthy life.
A worksheet with half-sentences about light, to cut out and re-arrange so that they make sense.
A worksheet designed to help your child investigate and understand light and dark.
A quiz involving questions about solids and liquids for children to test their knowledge with.
Help your child to use their sense of smell to work out which food or drink is put in front of them.
Suggestions for activities to try at home to help your child investigate factors that affect pitch.
A worksheet to help children think about the names of the parts of the body and write the words on a picture.
This worksheet will help your child to use first-hand experience to answer questions and to recognise that when things speed up, slow down or change direction, there is a cause.
Worksheet to prompt your child to consider whether different objects are natural or man-made.
This download explains the process of micro-organisms being useful in helping organic matter to decay. It then gives instructions on how to make your own compost.
A worksheet showing results of an investigation into how different soils affect the growth of plants.
This activity will teach your child the different properties of many common materials and help them identify why they are used.