Science Bright Ideas
Use this very visual activity to help children understand the power of germs while practicing the skill of scientific inquiry.
Help your child experiment with the combination of acid and baking soda by making these homemade bath bombs!
What does a butterfly eat? Kids choose the pictures that show what kind of food each animal likes to eat in this first grade life science worksheet.
What does a dog eat? Kids choose the pictures that show what kind of food each animal likes to eat in this first grade life science worksheet.
This bread mold experiment will help your child learn about mold, and he'll develop important hypothesis-making and experiment-designing skills.
Learn all about your sense of smell with this diagram and coloring page.
See just how connected the ears, nose and throat are with this anatomy worksheet!
Color this Awesome Anatomy coloring page that focuses on how the ears work to hear sound.
This Awesome Anatomy coloring page is all about the human eye, and makes a handy study tool as well!
Teach your fifth grader about this important bony structure with a fill-in-the-blank skull diagram.
Cranium, noodle, melon, noggin...the human skull has been called a lot of things over the years. Here are the proper names for each part.
For those of you studying human anatomy, here is a great diagram of the major organs in our body!
Studying human anatomy? Here is a great sheet that shows a diagram of all the muscle system. Your child will learn the scientific terms of the major muscles.
Did you know there are over 200 bones in the human body? Learn more about the human skeletal system with this diagram and info sheet!
This Awesome Anatomy page focuses on the heart and how it pumps blood to all parts of your body.
This Awesome Anatomy coloring page focuses on the heart and all the different parts of it.