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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 printables. Your kid can read about the lives of Sir Issac Newton and the Wright Brothers and how what they discovered made an impact on the scientific community and the world at large. What's more, he'll have the chance to memorize the periodic table and learn about the importance of the scientific method. 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. Our worksheets even provide answers to tough questions such as: "Why is the sky blue?" and "Why are manhole covers round?" Browse our selection of physical science worksheets and find a few for your little Einstein today!

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Every four years something funny happens with our calendars -- we add a day! Why do we do this? Discover the science behind leap year.
Physical Science
Third Grade
Here's a thorough, easy-to-understand breakdown of the color wheel that includes primary, secondary and tertiary colors.
Physical Science
Third Grade
Ever wonder what causes lightning to strike? Explore the physics of lightning with this striking physical science worksheet!
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
If you push your little brother, does he push back? Well, according to Newton's third law of motion, he does!
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Have you ever felt the sting of rug burn or rope burn? That's friction at work! Learn a bit about this important physical force with a comprehensive worksheet.
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Is your kid studying electricity? Give her a break from the scientific nitty-gritty with this fun word search full of electricity terms!
Physical Science
Fourth Grade
Use this blank periodic table to work on your memorization of the table for your next quiz!
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Have your little chemist think about the properties, or characteristics, of metals. What makes them different than non-metals?
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Energy is a crucial part of physical science! All things on Earth have energy, whether it's potential or kinetic.
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Arm your budding physicist with a free print-out version of the periodic table of the elements!
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Why do we wear our seat belts in the car? Newton's first law of motion, or the law of inertia, explains that objects in motion stay in motion!
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Physics Man! Test your knowledge of the physical world with this fun questionnaire that takes physics to a super-heroic level.
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Discover some of the fascinating properties of gravity by studying one of Newton's famous laws, the Law of Gravitation.
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Have you ever wondered why manhole covers are round? It's a good thing to know -- big companies sometimes ask that question in interviews.
Physical Science
Third Grade
Did you know that sound is actually caused by movement? Vibrations of particles create the sound that we hear.
Physical Science
Fifth Grade

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