Print out this spring-themed addition worksheet and make the next rainy day an educational one for your first grader!
Color the flowers and spring springtime pictures then string them up for a colorful decoration at Easter and for the season!
Kids completing this third grade math worksheet multiply by 7 to solve each equation and also fill in a multiplication chart for the number 7.
Give your third grader's multiplication know-how a boost with this math worksheet that packs a fun surprise: it's also a color by number coloring page!
Microscopes bring biology to life, allowing us to explore the world's tiniest living things. Have your child create his own organism in the sample slide.
Who knew coloring could be so educational? Learn the formal names of a spider and calla lily with this coloring page.
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.
Here's a great worksheet for teaching your kids all about the planet Mercury. Did you know that it's the smallest planet in our solar system?
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.
Here's a great way to teach your kids more about our solar system. This worksheet focuses on the dwarf planet, Pluto.
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.
Here's a great way to test your child's solar system knowledge. Can she name all the different planets pictured here?
Blast off into space with a fun planet printable. This one features Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system.
As he completes this 3rd grade math worksheet/coloring page, your child will not only practice his multiplication tables, he'll exercise his creativity, too!
Memorizing multiplication tables is fun with this 3rd grade math worksheet that doubles as a color by number coloring page!
Your fourth grader will get some important practice with graphing and coordinates as she helps out some farmer friends in this fun math printable.
Your fourth grader won't even recognize that he's doing math as he helps his penguin friends reach their baby by determining the distance between coordinates.
Do some on-the-road math with our road trip themed word problems. Exercise addition, division, and logical reasoning skills with these road trip word problems.
Decimals got you down in the dumps? Get your student in gear for math with this decimal worksheet.
If your child needs a little help with decimal multiplication, here's the worksheet for her.
How many shells did Sally sell by the seashore? Get your student in gear for math with this addition worksheet.
This worksheet is buzzing with long addition problems, how fast can you add them? Have your fourth grader brush up on his addition with this math sheet.
Improve your fourth grader's math addition skills and have him complete a fun coloring activity using one simple worksheet.
Have your mathlete use addition, subtraction, and reasoning skills in these flower-themed word problems. Kids will use math to help Erin and Eli in the garden.
Kids will do some gardening-themed math with these word problems. Have some math fun with your little gardener in this word problem worksheet.
Brain teasers, math, and spelling practice are rolled into one fun worksheet. Solve addition and subtraction problems to find the riddle's answer.
Practice spelling, math, and critical thinking with this fun addition and subtraction worksheet. Solve math problems to reveal answers to riddles.
What is a math teacher's favorite dessert? Pi! Find more funny riddles by doing this worksheet--a perfect combination of math practice and brain teasers.
This math worksheet tests your child's addition and riddle-solving skills. Find out the answer to the riddle, "Which month has 28 days?"
Human anatomy may be complicated, but even more intricate is our DNA! Learn the basics of our body's building blocks with an informative sheet.
Did you know that our skin is actually an organ? In fact, it's the largest organ in our bodies! Learn about our skin with this anatomy sheet.
Do you know what the thyroid does? Learn about our body's largest gland with this human anatomy info sheet.
Read about the intestines, an important part of our digestive process. Your child will see a diagram of this body organ and learn important terms and concepts.
Just like the rest of our body, our eyes are a complicated system! Learn about how the human eye works with this anatomy sheet.
Learn all about how we breathe with this info sheet about lungs. Your child will learn the different parts of the lung, including terms and concepts.
Learn about your sense of touch with this Awesome Anatomy page on the nervous system.
How does our hearing work? Give your child a great guide to the anatomy of our ears with this anatomy worksheet.
Is your child a star scientist? Give her a great introduction to human biology with this study sheet on human cells.
This worksheet gives your fifth grader some skeleton know-how, as she fills in the diagram with the bones from the wrist to the fingertips.
This bright and colorful worksheet helps your child bring the technical terms of the bones in his legs down to size.
Improve your child's knowledge of bones in the human body, with this fun worksheet that focuses on the bones of the arms.
Quiz your kid on the names of bones in his spine with this colorful worksheet.
Learn all about cells, the tiny pieces that make up our body, in this color-in diagram.
This activity will introduce your child to the four different components of blood and give him a fun way to visualize its properties.
Use this worksheet to learn more about the urinary system and see how waste is processed and excreted.
Learn about the human urinary system with this Inside-Out Anatomy worksheet, which shows how waste is processed and excreted from the body.
Help your child learn about the nervous system and the digestive system with this fun worksheet, which will challenge his knowledge of physiology.
Learn all about your sense of smell with this diagram and coloring page.
See just how connected the ears, nose and throat are with this anatomy worksheet!
Color this Awesome Anatomy coloring page that focuses on how the ears work to hear sound.
This Awesome Anatomy coloring page focuses on the heart and all the different parts of it.
This Awesome Anatomy coloring page is all about the human eye, and makes a handy study tool as well!
Teach your fifth grader about this important bony structure with a fill-in-the-blank skull diagram.
Cranium, noodle, melon, noggin...the human skull has been called a lot of things over the years. Here are the proper names for each part.
For those of you studying human anatomy, here is a great diagram of the major organs in our body!
Studying human anatomy? Here is a great sheet that shows a diagram of all the muscle system. Your child will learn the scientific terms of the major muscles.
Did you know there are over 200 bones in the human body? Learn more about the human skeletal system with this diagram and info sheet!