Free worksheets: Science, KS2, Y6
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Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be transferred from one store into another. In these pictures, which items do you think use energy? Which ones store energy? Do they all store/use the same type of energy? Cut them out and sort them into groups.
When a moving surface slides on a stationary surface it rubs against it, which slows it down. This is due to friction, a force which resists the movement of one object sliding past another. Understand more about friction with a fantastic practical project: make your own balloon hovercraft!
Quiz questions to encourage your child to think about how scientists work and why they do the things they do.
Cut out the following cards. For each orange number, there is a purple number that is one more. See if you can match up the pairs. Then mix all the numbers up. Can you put them back into their pairs and then organise them into their four groups (1 more, 10 more, 100 more and 1000 more)?
Arrow cards can help your child to understand place value. Ask your child to cut these cards out. Either write down or call out various two-digit numbers and ask your child to make them with their arrow cards, lining up the arrows so that the number 43, for example, is made up of the 40 card and 3 card together.
Each blue number is made up of three pink numbers. Can you match up the correct cards?
Read each of these numbers, then write the number in digits in the place value grid. Don’t forget to include a comma in the correct place!
For each of these numbers, follow the command and write your answer in the box on the right-hand side.
Cut out the cards below. Can you match each number card with its correct description?
Read each of these numbers, then write the number in digits in the place value grid below. Don’t forget to include commas in the correct places!
The blue cards show numbers written in digits; the orange cards show the same numbers in words. Can you match them up?
Ask your child to cut out the number cards below while you cut out the question card. Your child then needs to lay out all the number cards on a table, face up. Call out each question. Your child needs to find the number card that has the answer on it. If they get it right, they turn the card over. Continue until all the cards have been turned over.
Cut out all the cards. Each blue number is made up of two pink numbers. Can you match up the correct cards?
Cut out the cards below. Can you put them in order, from smallest to largest?
Cut out all the cards. Look at each red card and the digit that has been underlined. Can you match it with a green card that represents the value of that digit?
Your child is asked to identify and colour in different fractions of shapes in this Y3 fractions worksheet.
An addition puzzle challenge for Year 2 children, to help them practise adding number to 15.
A magic square contains the numbers 1 to 9. Each number is only used once and each row of numbers (horizontal, vertical and diagonal) must add up to 15. Can you follow the rules and work out what the missing numbers are?
The number sentences in this worksheet each have one number or one symbol (x or ÷) missing. You’ll need to know your 2, 5, 10, 3, 6 and 8 times tables to work out what it is!
The number sentencesin this worksheet each have one number or one symbol (+ or -) missing. Can you work out what it is and add it in?
Read this passage about a boy who cries wolf, and then answer the questions below.
Great Expectations is a novel written by Charles Dickens in 1861. In this passage the protagonist Pip visits an old lady who lives nearby, Miss Havisham. She was abandoned at the altar by the man she was about to marry and has spent the rest of her life indoors, still wearing her wedding dress.