3rd Grade Science - Earth & Planets
Searching for a worksheet that will help your child practice their reading skills? This printable uses life science as a background to help young readers.
Searching for a worksheet that will give your kid help with his science skills? This printable will challenge his knowledge of plants.
Constellations are groups of stars that form a picture, usually with a story behind it. But many constellations are also zodiac signs, like Libra, the scales.
Back in ancient times, the stars were used as storytelling tools. People created characters and stories that they saw in the stars, like Leo the lion.
Scorpio, the scorpion, is one of the zodiac signs but you can also find him up in the stars at night!
If you were born in August or September, you may be familiar with Virgo, the zodiac sign. But did you know this character was originally a constellation?
Learn a little about the constellation called Cancer the crab with this constellations worksheet.
Did you know that before they were zodiac signs, characters like Taurus the bull were all constellations!
Help your budding geologist learn about these common landforms in this worksheet on peninsulas and capes.
Looking for a fourth grade worksheet to help your kid with science? This printable will test his knowledge of the water cycle.
Learn how sand dunes form, and a little bit about desert formations like yardangs as well, in this science summary sheet.
Confused about continents? Get better acquainted with all the continents on earth with this word scramble.
What happens to water as it travels through mushy, smushy wetlands and swamps? Find out all about the water cycle before filling in the scientific terms in the swamp scene.
Ready for liftoff? Take to the starry skies with this worksheet that explores the three basic types of galaxies.
Have you ever looked into the night sky and wondered where all those millions and million of stars come from? Find out here with a mini astronomy lesson!
Give your kid help with his science skills with this worksheet, which practices natural disaster vocabulary.
Third grader today, astrophysicist tomorrow! Let your child research the planet of his choice, discovering everything from the number of moons to the planet temperature.
Invite your child to dream big and design his very own planet. What does it look like? What will he call it? Encourage both creativity and scientific speculation with this fun worksheet.
Teach your young naturalist how to respect our ecosystems with this science worksheet that doubles as a coloring page. Can she identify the unfortunate sources of pollution in the forest scene?
Our ecosystems need a brave protector -- is your third grader up to the challenge? Teach him how to identify harmful pollutants with this science worksheet that doubles as a coloring page.
If you know what each planet looks like, you'll have no trouble with this intergalactic crossword puzzle.
From glaciers to mountains to wetlands, our planet has lots of different landforms. Help your child learn all about them with this fun earth science crossword.
This outer space word scramble helps your child learn the names of the nine planets. It's a great astronomy start and boosts spelling!
Look up into the night sky, and you may see three prominent stars side by side. This is Orion's belt, one of the most well known constellations!
Mix a little art into your science with this reading-slash-drawing sheet on hills and valleys.
Teach your child about plants with this worksheet, which helps your child practice botanical vocabulary.
For kids learning geography or earth science, this is the perfect review sheet for drilling students on common geography terms and phrases.
Not your typical crossword, this puzzle will have your child learning to recognize the shapes of the continents. Great for map skills and vocabulary!
What is the rocky cycle? This info sheet answers that question with the help of a colorful diagram and a shout out to important vocabulary.
Let your child put her thinking cap on and take a moment to write about the influence people might have had on the formation of landforms.
Is your child trying to answer the question what is weathering and erosion? This info sheet gives good definitions of the terms and some visual examples.
Nature is all around us! But how much does your child know about our natural world? Test her knowledge with some nature fun-facts trivia.
This helpful worksheet lays out all the qualifications for planethood. A great way to start studying outer space science!
The insect order Hemiptera consists of True Bugs such as Stainers, Assassin Bugs, Leaf-Footed Bugs, and this Boxelder Bug.
Identify the appearance of the moon during its three main phases which include the New Moon, Quarter Moon, and Full Moon.
This worksheet is all about the U.S. space mission of Friendship 7, and will help kids with reading comprehension and U.S. history knowledge all at once.
Got a kid with his head in the clouds? Encourage him to stay there with this worksheet about one of the first manned spaceflights.
Launch into learning with this worksheet on Gemini 4, one of the original missions in the early days of the U.S.'s space program.
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.
Looking for a way to brighten your child's enthusiasm for astronomy? Introduce him to the constellations with this worksheet about the constellation Capricorn.
Too familiar with flies and mosquitoes? Learn about their insect order Diptera as your child colors this bug-lover's fun page.
Learn some new words and facts about precious minerals with this word-scramble and matching worksheet.
Did you know "Delphinus" is Latin for "dolphin"? Learn all about this cool constellation with this worksheet!
For kids who bug out on bugs, here's the perfect coloring page! Learn about the insect order Coleoptera, which we mostly know as beetles.
Does your child have a knack for astronomy? Teach him about the constellations with this great worksheet.
If you're fascinated by bugs, check out this coloring page featuring the insect order Odonata, which consists of damselfies and dragonflies.
Sting your little insect enthusiast with some knowledge about the insect order Hymenoptera. He'll learn a fun fact as he colors this yellowjacket.
For all you aspiring astronauts, here is a worksheet for learning the constellations! Learn all about the constellation Gemini with this sheet.
Color in the gold and red colors of this common grasshopper species and learn about insect orders with your child!
Make gazing at the night sky interesting by identifying the moon's phases. Learn the moon's different shapes.
Here's a great way to test your child's solar system knowledge. Can she name all the different planets pictured here?
How much do you know about our home planet? Boost your Earth knowledge with this science printable.
Did you know that Uranus can get as cold as -144° Fahrenheit? Learn more about the third largest planet in our solar system on this planet printable.
How much do you know about our solar system's planets? Kids learn facts about Neptune in an out-of-this-world worksheet.
This solar system worksheet guides your child through the order of the planets. Use this solar system worksheet to learn about the planets in the Milky Way.
Blast off into space with a fun planet printable. This one features Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system.
Looking for a way to teach your kids all about the planets? This worksheet is the way to go. It features Venus, the second planet from the sun.
Did you know that 763 Earths could fit inside Saturn? Learn more fun facts about Saturn on this fun science printable.
Here's a great way to teach your kids more about our solar system. This worksheet focuses on the dwarf planet, Pluto.
It's pretty rare when a planet comes between Earth and the sun, but it happened on June 5, 2012. Learn about this mind-boggling event with this cool worksheet!
Ever lay on your back to watch the clouds? With this cloud chart you and your little scientist can identify the different types of cloud formations.
This phases of the moon worksheet offers a clear explanation of the lunar cycles. Learn about the phases of the moon and introduce your child to Earth Science.
Do you know why Mars is called the Red Planet? Find out that and more on this planet printable.