Help your third grader practice following directions on how to build a tornado in a bottle, and build his reading comprehension skills in the process.
Here's a pretty silly writing prompt. How do a bird from the arctic and a bird from a tropical island meet up one day? Your child can decide!
This volcano writing worksheet is a great brainstorm starter and provides a different approach to composition, perfect for research-based writing.
Discover tiny parts of nature with a magnifying glass! This coloring page is sure to delight any outdoor explorer and help him record his nature observations.
Jump over the hurdles of math by learning mode, median and mean. Use knowledge of data analysis to put each country's scores in a graph and award the winners!
Dive into math! Five countries are competing in diving in the Olympics, and they have been scored on four dives. Find the mode, median and mean of their scores.
Flip your way to finding the mean, median and mode of these Olympic scores! Practice basic data analysis, and then put the information in a bar graph.
Slide into home plate with this fun baseball maze! Your child can help this player get home by solving the circular maze.
Challenge your science student to record a shadow over the course of a day and make the connection between shadows and the time of day.
Use these mini states and capitals flash cards to help your child learn the 50 U.S. states and their capitals.
What's going on here? What are these two saying? This scene could use your child's creativity to be complete!