3rd Grade: Earth Science
Crystals are a very special structure. In this third grade activity, your child will learn how to grow salt crystals.
Create your own cloud with an activity that will explain how important concepts such as evaporation, condensation, and precipitation work.
Learn about the microclimate of your backyard by tracking rainfall, temperature, and observed weather with hand drawn charts and graphs.
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.
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.
Did you know that ocean water is salty, but river water is not? Find out how these different types of fresh water and salt water mix together in this informative worksheet on the water cycle.
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.
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.