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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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Magnets are fun to play with, but how do they actually work? Have your child circle the objects he thinks the magnet will attract.
Physical Science
First Grade
How well does your child know the layout of our Solar System? This worksheet focuses on the biggest planet, Jupiter.
Physical Science
Third Grade
This hands-on activity requiring parental supervision will allow your fourth grader to build a simple circuit using a battery, wire, light bulb, and switch.
Physical Science
Fourth Grade
Your child will learn how electricity is made and used by drawing pictures of household products that use electricity to create light, heat, and motion.
Physical Science
Fourth Grade
A lot of common objects use electromagnets to work. This word search will help your child think about electrical and mechanical devices around her!
Physical Science
Fourth Grade
Does your child know where Earth is in the Solar System? He'll learn as he completes this fun, planet printable.
Physical Science
Third Grade
Kids flex their direction know-how on this worksheet that challenges them to give step-by-step directions to help Joyce find her way to the fair.
Physical Science
Second Grade
Alfred Nobel, though he held over 300 patents in his lifetime, is most famous for inventing dynamite.
Physical Science
Second Grade
In this worksheet, kids learn about friction by answering questions about the amount of friction in different situations.
Physical Science
Second Grade
Read about Alexander Graham Bell, the man who made it possible for us to stay connected all day long, in this biography that comes with a science experiment.
Physical Science
Third Grade
This science worksheet tells all about James Watt, the man that powered the Industrial Revolution.
Physical Science
Third Grade
When we push or pull an object, we exert force on it. Get your child thinking about force by challenging him to describe how each person is exerting force.
Physical Science
Second Grade
Never heard of the planet Pirjute? That's because it's Jupiter, with mixed-up letters! Kids unscramble planet names on this third grade science worksheet.
Physical Science
Third Grade
Help your child get to know the most elementary of the elements with this handy worksheet on carbon.
Physical Science
Fifth Grade
Can you explain why your blue shirt is blue? This worksheet is full of facts about light and how it reacts with objects to give us the perception of color.
Physical Science
Third Grade

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