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Science worksheets present fun and interesting scientific topics for kids such as the human brain, animal facts, ecosystems, and outer space. If you're looking for something a little more academic, why not help your little learner get a jump on chemistry and physical science with our printables that focus on the Elements and the laws of physics that govern our universe. Bottom line: We have all kinds of engaging science worksheets where kids can learn science skills in hands-on ways. So browse our collection of fun science worksheets and inspire a love of science in your child.

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Learn all about Vermont's state bird, the Hermit Thrush with this state bird coloring page.
Life Science
First Grade
This dot to dot page features giant Barosaurus, a dinosaur with a very, very long neck.
Life Science
First Grade
Learn about a famous woman of science, Rosalind Franklin, and how she contributed to the discovery of DNA's double-helix structure.
Life Science
Fifth Grade
Animals need to adapt to survive! Teach your child how some animals can blend with their surroundings using camouflage.
Life Science
Second Grade
Color in this picture of the California Gull, which, oddly enough, is the Utah state bird.
Life Science
First Grade
If your child is into dinosaurs, this dot to dot featuring the dino Dimetrodon is sure to make his day.
Life Science
First Grade
Looking for a worksheet that will give your kid help with his life-science skills? This printable will challenge his knowledge of birds.
Life Science
Third Grade
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with his science vocabulary? This printable will help him with the parts of the human body.
Life Science
Fifth Grade
The Mockingbird is Tennesse's state bird: it can mimic the sounds of other birds, and even the sounds of insects.
Life Science
First Grade
Does your second grader love farm animals? This easy writing exercise will help your child be more observant about tracks left by some familiar animals.
Life Science
Second Grade
This large, flightless bird is both shy and aggressive toward humans, which has made it tough for scientists to study.
Life Science
First Grade
Brighten your dino lover's day with this fun fact dot to dot all about Struthiomimus, the 'ostrich mimic'.
Life Science
First Grade
You won't find a smaller animal that looks meaner than the frill-necked lizard. When it gets frightened, it opens its mouth wide and flares its trademark frill.
Life Science
First Grade
When you study nature it's often hard to get close to wild animals. But sometimes they leave footprints that we can see!
Life Science
Third Grade
The cattle dog isn't your average dog, and its back story is unusual too. Learn about these dogs and color in the picture.
Life Science
First Grade

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