Fifth Grade Earth & Space Science Worksheets and Printables

If your child is fascinated by the night sky and all of its stars and planets, he'll love these fifth grade Earth and space science worksheets. Your ten- or eleven-year-old student will explore craters, asteroids, and eclipses in our space worksheets, and geodes, hurricanes, and plate tectonics in our Earth science worksheets.
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The Sun: A Diagram Review Sheet The Sun: A Diagram Review Sheet Learn all about the center of our universe with this handy diagram worksheet.
Craters on Earth Craters on Earth That's not a lake... it's a crater!
Learn about the Earth's Layers Learn about the Earth's Layers Kids learn about the Earth's solid and atmospheric layers, then label the diagram with the correct terms in this fifth grade Earth science worksheet.
Is Pluto a Planet? Is Pluto a Planet? What is Pluto? According to scientists...
Solar and Lunar Eclipses Solar and Lunar Eclipses What is the difference between a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse?
Meteor, Meteorite, Meteoroid Meteor, Meteorite, Meteoroid Learn what distinguishes a meteoroid, meteor and meteorite with this outer space science sheet!
Geode Formation Geode Formation Many kids might think they know what "hot lava" is from watching a cartoon, but do they know geode formations?
Tornado Fill-In-the-Blank Tornado Fill-In-the-Blank A fill-in-the-blank exercise on tornadoes, made for fifth grade science students.
What is a Black Hole? What is a Black Hole? Explore one of the great mysteries of the universe with this space science worksheet on black holes.
Comets and Asteroids Comets and Asteroids What is the difference between comets and asteroids?
Hurricane Science Hurricane Science Learn all about hurricanes in this earth science Q&A.
Plate Tectonics Plate Tectonics Discover the science behind earthquakes and volcanoes with this worksheet on plate tectonics.
Halley's Comet Halley's Comet The infamous Halley's Comet only comes around once every 75 years or so!
How Do Moons Form? How Do Moons Form? Our solar system has hundreds of moons! Read a bit about how a moon is formed with this lunar lesson.
Earthquake Science Earthquake Science Shake up your science studies with this worksheet about earthquakes.
Who says science is all Bunsen burners and beakers? Explore our planet's own scientific wonders with this collection of worksheets, just in time for Earth Day!
All About Science: 6 Worksheets Exploring Earth Who says science is all Bunsen burners and beakers?
If your child is fascinated by the night sky and all of its stars and planets, he'll love these fifth grade Earth and space science worksheets. Your ten- or eleven-year-old student will explore craters, asteroids, and eclipses in our space worksheets, and geodes, hurricanes, and plate tectonics in our Earth science worksheets.