2nd Grade Science
Little gardeners, get to know your plants! See the cycle of a plant from its birth to adulthood, and read a bit about photosynthesis too.
These flash cards serve as an intro to life science, but also help with counting skills and sequential ordering.
Learn about Gus Grissom, one of the pioneers of America's space program. His fearless actions and enthusiasm for science helped pave the way for future space missions and the exploration of outer space. . . .
Here's a coloring sheet of a cute (but big!) Tyrannosaurus Rex. Looks like he's on the hunt for lunch!
Learn about the endangered animals of the United States by coloring them.
If you live by the water, you may recognize some of these footprints! Enjoy learning about animal tracks with this fun match-up.
Your first grader may never see an armadillo or an anteater, but she can study their tracks with this fun match-up activity!
Does your second grader love farm animals? This easy writing exercise will help your child be more observant about tracks left by some familiar animals.
Animal tracks tell the story of visitors you might never see. Learn how to identify some common animal tracks with this fun and simple writing exercise.
Get in tune with your stellar side, and take a solar system quiz! Your child review his planets and test his knowledge of fun facts about each one.
Introduce your child to the building blocks of life: DNA! This coloring page features a double helix structure, or a DNA strand.
Learn the scientific names of this popular flower and its partner, the grasshopper, with this fun coloring sheet!
Teach your child about prehistoric marine species with this trilobite coloring page!
Here's a beautiful science page to help your child learn the different types of clouds.
Outer space enthusiasts, here is the perfect project for you! Make a solar system mobile with this 8-part printable.
Without Edison, not only would we be in the dark, but we'd never be able to watch our favorite movies and listen to our favorite songs.
George Washington Carver worked hard against great odds to become one of the most influential scientists in American history.
Benjamin Franklin, in addition to being a founding father, was a prolific inventor. He gave the world bifocals, the lightning rod, and even the space heater.
Alfred Nobel, though he held over 300 patents in his lifetime, is most famous for inventing dynamite.
This science worksheet tells all about James Watt, the man that powered the Industrial Revolution.
Peel back the layers of the earth in this earth science worksheet. Can you name all of them?
Kids search for the names of six animals with hooves, and expand their animal vocabulary in the process.
Build your child's snake vocabulary with a word search seething with slithering snakes.
This worksheet helps kids understand variations in animals and how the same kind, or species, can sometimes look different from each other.
Your child is sure to boost categorization skills as she splits up the foods she's eaten this week into different food groups on this drawing sheet.
Before trees grow into trees, they start out as little seeds. Can your child match the fruit and seeds with the trees (or plants) they came from?
Nikola Tesla's work paved the way for many electrical (and electronic) devices we use today.
Kids follow corn as it grows from seed to vegetable on this simple cut-and-paste growth chart.
Help your child learn about animals that walk on two legs by searching for them in this printable puzzle.
Teach your little scientist about warm-blooded animals with this fun printable word search.
A natural resource is something that we use that occurs naturally in the environment. Teach your child about the densest and heaviest natural resource: rocks!
Plants may not have feet, but they do move! Help your child learn different ways seeds travel.
Teach your child all about the growth cycle of carrots, those bright orange veggies found on dinner tables everywhere.
All living things need water to survive. Listed are some of the ways we use water: can your child think of others?
Read the definitions of soil, sand and dirt then write where you can find each type below the pictures. Nurture your budding geologist!
Help your child learn about the nervous system and the digestive system with this fun worksheet, which will challenge his knowledge of physiology.
Where does each food belong in the food pyramid? Teach your child all about nutritious eating with this matching sheet.
Help your child learn about kinds of fish that we catch for food with this printable word search.
How do you make recycled paper? Learn all about the recycling paper process on this informative worksheet.
Kids learn about animals without bones with this fun printable word search.
Searching for a way to help you kid practice their geography knowledge? This printable is a great way to learn the countries in North Africa.
Teaching kids what's recyclable and what's not is more important than ever. Give your kids the recycling lowdown with this activity-packed printable.
Searching for help with you kid's geography skills? This printable worksheet will teach them the continent of South America.
This activity allows you to learn a fact about each one of our nine planets. Color in the planets then turn the worksheet into a fun and educational placemat.
Can your child think of ways people use soil? Get her excited about Earth science with a lesson on this crucial natural resource.
Though Newton's known mostly for his laws of motion, he did invent one thing: the reflecting telescope.
The cat is on the chair. The mouse is under the table. In this worksheet, kids practice describing position by relating each object to another object near it.
Challenge your child's knowledge of astronomy with this space-themed worksheet, which focuses on the timing of cosmic events.
Kids flex their direction know-how on this worksheet that challenges them to give step-by-step directions to help Joyce find her way to the fair.
Help your child learn weather words with this climate-themed word search.
This worksheet tests kids' understanding of basic heredity by asking them to match parent turtles with their offspring based on similar traits.
Natural resources are crucial for sustaining life on the planet. Encourage your child to get to thinking about plants, one of Earth's natural resources.
Kids need lots of things to grow up healthy and strong, and plants do, too! Can your child think of things a plant needs to grow?
This fun cut and paste sheet teaches kids about the process an apple tree goes through as it grows.
Focusing on reptiles and fish, not only does this word search expand kids' animal vocabulary, it teaches them a little about cold-blooded animals, too.
This word search helps expand kids' animal vocabulary and introduces them to animals that live in shells, all while keeping them entertained.
In this worksheet, kids learn about friction by answering questions about the amount of friction in different situations.
Through a simple matching activity, kids learn how their actions can have a direct effect on the environment.
When we push or pull an object, we exert force on it. Get your child thinking about force by challenging him to describe how each person is exerting force.
Just like people, animals have babies that grow up into adults. On this worksheet, Kids draw a line to match each baby with its adult version.
Help your child learn a little about endangered species and why they're in danger with this printable word search.
Ever wonder what a shooting star is made of? With this colorful worksheet, learn about comets while practicing reading comprehension and handwriting.
Explore the circle of life with this informative coloring sheet! Help your student color and learn the names of each stage of a butterflyâs life.
Give your child a great coloring page full of fun flower facts! This one is about the iris flower and the butterfly.
This Bandicoot coloring page features two pictures to color of this rabbit-like animal and the opportunity to learn a few fun facts about Bandicoots!
How do clouds form? Why does it rain? Help your student answer some of these questions by completing this water cycle worksheet.
Introduce your child to the animal kingdom's most famous anomaly, the platypus! Color and learn about the platypus with this great info sheet.
Learn some new words and facts about precious minerals with this word-scramble and matching worksheet.
Your child has probably tried a potato, but does he know the process it goes through to make it to the table? Find out with this life science worksheet.
Whoa, this spider is quite the spinster! He is actually one of many brand new species discovered between 2009 and 2011.
Has your child learned about the life cycle of a frog in school? Test his understanding with this cute cut and paste worksheet.
Don't get too afraid of this cockroach, he lives all the way in South Africa! And he is one of many brand new species discovered in the past two years.
Walter's Duiker is a new species of duiker, a kind of antelope, and one of many new species discovered between 2009 and 2011.
Color the T Rex Leech! Named for its sharp teeth, he is one of many brand new species discovered in the past two years.
This lizard can grow to over six feet long! Color the Golden Spotted Monitor Lizard, one of several brand new species discovered between 2009 and 2011.
Did you know new species of animals are discovered every year? Color in this little cricket, the only one of his kind who can pollinate plants!
As kids cut and pastes the pictures in the right places on this life science sheet, they learn a little about the process lettuce goes through as it grows.
So what on earth is this funky creature? He is a Louisiana Pancake Batfish, one of several brand new species discovered within the past two years.
How long does a butterfly live? Find out with this worksheet! Give your second grader a fun way to practice making graphs using given information.