Science Diagram Worksheets
Did you know that about 40% of all known fish species call ponds, lakes, rivers, and other fresh water habitats home? Young researchers can learn this and more as they dive into this colorful worksheet . . .
Budding biologists, here's a great cheat-sheet to help you memorize and compare the structures of both animal cells and plant cells.
Bikes are a healthy, great way to get from one place to another! Use this bike chart to familiarize yourself with basic bike parts.
Here is a fresh and fruity way to learn a bit of life science. Sit down with your little one and teach her all the different parts of an apple!
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.
Experience some explosive earth science! Use this diagram to teach your child about the various parts of an active volcano.
An energy pyramid is a simple way to graphically show how energy flows in an ecological community; similar to the "food pyramid" we use to learn healthy eating habits.
With this diagram, kids can find out more about oil, one of our most widely-used natural resources, and learn a little more about where it comes from.