Find out all about snow in this worksheet -- what it is, where it comes from and what it looks like.
Did you know snowflakes are so unique, there are no two alike? Teach your child about how snow forms with this worksheet.
Jack and the Beanstalk math means counting beans, and adding up how many songs the magic harp knows how to play in word problems for young kids.
Get your kids in the eco spirit with a fun Earth Day coloring page.
A fun challenge for kids, this Earth Day crossword puzzle is a great way to review facts about the Earth and get a reminder on how to live green.
This Earth Day quiz family and friends with this true or false questionnaire. It's all in good, informative, fun!
Learn all about precipitation and the role it plays on the planet in this weather science worksheet.
How do clouds form? Why does it rain? Help your student answer some of these questions by completing this water cycle worksheet.
This thermometer worksheet gives your child practice reading and using a thermometer. Try this thermometer and temperature worksheet with your child.