3rd Grade Science - Earth & Planets
This coloring page offers some fun facts about the sun and the chance for your child to make it come to life with the sun's swirling colors.
Cave formations come in all kinds of shapes and sizes; get the scoop on common cave formations with this two page printout with a maze and vocabulary.
Without rain, we wouldn't have any puddles to splash and stomp in. Does your third grader know why and how rain falls from the clouds?
How did salt ever get into the ocean? Find out how, and then try conducting your own salt water experiment.
One of the most famous and easy to spot constellations is the Big Dipper! Formally known as Ursa Major, this constellation was named after a bear.
Start from water cycle precipitation from clouds and match parts of the cycle to this clear colorful image of a simple water cycle, using the helpful paragraph.
If your child loves bugs, he'll adore this coloring page! Learn all about the insect order Homoptera, which consists of Aphids, Hoppers, Cicadas, and more.
Did you know fish could fly? Pisces, which is also a zodiac sign, is a constellation, named many years ago.
Constellations are not just named after animals, some of them are named after people! Learn about the constellation Sagittarius with this fun worksheet.
This worksheet features a scientific explanation and awesome photos of solar eclipses, which are extremely rare scientific phenomena.