4th Grade: Space Science
How do you tell time without a watch? Use the sun! This simple activity will show your child how to build his own sundial.
Learn about lateral earthquake motion and its effect on high rise buildings in this simple 4th grade earth science experiment.
Learn how to make a weathervane with this fun and simple meteorology project for fourth graders.
Turn an abstract lesson into a practical craft with the fun and colorful creation of dough earth layers!
Learn about the farthest planet in our solar system, Neptune. Facts include interesting bits about the vast winds that keep its surface moving!
Constellation legends are full of adventure. These worksheets focus on the constellations Perseus, Andromeda, Queen Cassiopeia and the sea monster Cetus.
Learn a little about our planet with an Earth coloring sheet and find out more about our travels in to space by aswering the question at the bottom of the page!
Learn Saturn facts with this science printable, like that it is one of the large gas planets in our solar system!
This worksheet features Uranus facts. Did you know this planet is blue and spins on its side?
Learn facts about Mars, the great red planet in the night sky. There is more find out about space by answering the question at the bottom of the worksheet.