Physical Science Worksheets and Printables

If your science-inclined child never tires of learning about how the universe works and how objects behave, he's sure to love our physical science worksheets. Drag science out of the laboratory and help your child see its real-world application when you show him the chemistry of fireworks and the anatomy of a bicycle!
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Build your own Electromagnet! Build your own Electromagnet! Calling all mad scientists... Electrify your enthusiasm for science!
Master the Periodic Table of Elements #1 Master the Periodic Table of Elements #1 Your fifth grader is the only hope for finding the missing information from these elements of the periodic table.
How is Glass Made? How is Glass Made? Glass is everywhere, but have you ever wondered where it all came from?
Archimedes' Principle Archimedes' Principle Learn about an interesting concept of physical science with this worksheet that explains Archimedes' principle.
Periodic Table Flash Cards Periodic Table Flash Cards Review the first few elements of the periodic table with these colorful flashcards.
Condensation and Evaporation Condensation and Evaporation What is the difference between condensation and evaporation?
Color Wheel for Kids Color Wheel for Kids Here's a thorough, easy-to-understand breakdown of the color wheel that includes primary, secondary and tertiary colors.
Electricity Word Search Electricity Word Search Is your kid studying electricity? Give her a break from the scientific nitty-gritty with this fun word search full of electricity terms!
Why is the Sky Blue? Why is the Sky Blue? Is the sky's color just a mystery we will never know the answer to?
Super Hero Physics Super Hero Physics It's a bird! It's a plane!
Why is the Ocean Blue? Why is the Ocean Blue? Have you ever wondered why water in a drinking glass looks clear while water in the ocean looks blue?
What is Energy? What is Energy? Energy is a crucial part of physical science!
Energy Equation Energy Equation We all know the famous equation E = MC^2. But what does it mean?
Taste Map Taste Map This experiment requires only lemon juice, salt, sugar and grapefruit.
Speed of Sound Speed of Sound How fast does sound travel? Help your child figure out the physics of sound waves with this informative worksheet.
Why is There a Leap Year? Why is There a Leap Year? Every four years something funny happens with our calendars -- we add a day!
If your science-inclined child never tires of learning about how the universe works and how objects behave, he's sure to love our physical science worksheets. Drag science out of the laboratory and help your child see its real-world application when you show him the chemistry of fireworks and the anatomy of a bicycle!