Preschool Science Worksheets and Printables

Our preschool science worksheets are a great way to introduce your kid to beginning science concepts by focusing on weather, colors, senses, and simple facts about plants and animals. These colorful, engaging worksheets will help your preschooler get excited about learning new science concepts. For a deeper dive into wildlife, try our plants and animals worksheets.
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Writing Colors: Black
Fins or Feathers? Beginner's Biology
Animals That Hatch From Eggs
Things Made of Wood
Your Sense of Hearing Too
Write & Color: Red
Resource: Water
Resource: Plants
Things That Are Green
Brrrr! Clothing Cause and Effect
Resource: Paper
Things that Use Electricity
Things That Are Yellow
Mouse Anatomy Diagram
Can You Taste the Pancakes?
Learning the Five Senses
Our preschool science worksheets are a great way to introduce your kid to beginning science concepts by focusing on weather, colors, senses, and simple facts about plants and animals. These colorful, engaging worksheets will help your preschooler get excited about learning new science concepts. For a deeper dive into wildlife, try our plants and animals worksheets.

Science for Preschoolers

Ever notice how curious kids are about the world around them? How often has it happened that a child asks a question you can’t answer—at least not without a Google search? These preschool science worksheets make it easy to explain fundamental concepts to preschool children, preparing them for a lifetime of learning ahead. Through fun activities, coloring exercises, and games, these science worksheets for preschoolers introduce basic concepts like colors, weather, and seasons, and communicate fun facts and interesting lessons about plants, animals, and the earth. Try a mix of coloring activities and get a sense of what kids are most interested in, as well as which activities they most enjoy—because science should be fun! When you find what you're looking for, simply download and print each worksheet and you're ready to for a science adventure.

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