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Photosynthesis Fill-In-The-Blank

Fill in the blanks from the words listed in the word bank, then keep this sheet handy to prepare for tests and quizzes on life science and photosythesis.

Sort Out the Scientific Method #4

Dr. McSquare is here to help kids learn the scientific method. His reports are all in disarray--can your child sort label each part with the correct step?

Scientific Method Steps

Is your child baffled by the scientific method? Dr. McSquare is here to help! Learn the steps by helping the doctor organize his lab reports.

Sort Out the Scientific Method #1

Dr. McSquare needs help sorting out his lab reports. Can your child read each item, then label it with the correct scientific method step?

Sort Out the Scientific Method #3

Hypothesis, observation, data...with so many terms, learning the scientific method can be tricky. Learn the steps by helping Dr. McSquare sort out his reports.

Read Up On Pollination

Help your child understand pollination with this informative worksheet, complete with a diagram.

Tree Anatomy

Color in this diagram to see how a tree works and to better understand how many plants transport their "food".

Parts of a Seed

Budding botanists can master the different parts of a seed with this helpful diagram!

Human Cell

Is your child a star scientist? Give her a great introduction to human biology with this study sheet on human cells.

Biology Basics: Cellular Switcharoo

Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with his science vocabulary? This printable will help improve his knowledge of biology.

Punnett Squares

Punnett squares help chart the results of genetics. They represent dominant and recessive genes. Learn how to complete a Punnett square with this worksheet!

Hole-y Microbes! Practice Biology Vocab

Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with their science vocabulary? This printable will help him with biology.

Single-Cell Organisms: Life Science Coloring

Find out more about single-cell organisms with this coloring page and diagram.

Geologic Time Periods

Get to know your Jurassic from your Cretaceous in this handy geologic time periods chart.

Plate Tectonics

Discover the science behind earthquakes and volcanoes with this worksheet on plate tectonics.

Learn about the Earth's Layers

Kids learn about the Earth's solid and atmospheric layers, then label the diagram with the correct terms in this fifth grade Earth science worksheet.

The Sun: A Diagram Review Sheet

Learn all about the center of our universe with this handy diagram worksheet. Make sure to hold onto it for easy test prep in the future!

Water Cycle Chart

The water cycle plays a big role in weather patterns. Color this water cycle chart and get familiar with this cycle at work.

Water Cycle Matching

This water cycle worksheet is great for 5th grade scientists. Try this water cycle worksheet with your child as a review for test preparation.

Tsunami Science

Learn more about the imposing tsunami with this worksheet about the science of tsunamis.

Hurricane Science

Learn all about hurricanes in this earth science Q&A.

Earthquake Science

Shake up your science studies with this worksheet about earthquakes.

Tornado Fill-In-the-Blank

A fill-in-the-blank exercise on tornadoes, made for fifth grade science students.

Solar System Diagram

Here's a simple solar system diagram, from the sun to Pluto, (currently designated a "dwarf planet.") It should make study time easier for your child!

Lightning Diagram!

Use this lightning diagram to go along with what your child is learning about weather systems in school!

How Tornadoes Form

Do you know how tornadoes form?This science worksheet diagrams what is known about what causes tornadoes to form.

How Clouds Form

Do you know how clouds form? Get the basic idea of how moisture in the air can become a cloud.

How Tsunamis are Formed

Do you know how Tsunamis are formed? This worksheet shows the physics behind tsunami formation.

Learn About Hurricanes

If Dorothy had lived a little further south, she might have been swept away to Oz by a hurricane.

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