Weather and Minerals
Learn more about the imposing tsunami with this worksheet about the science of tsunamis.
Learn more about the swirling, whirling science behind tornadoes with this wild worksheet.
Do you know how tornadoes form?This science worksheet diagrams what is known about what causes tornadoes to form.
Rain or shine, get ready for some weather watching! Record data to observe the weather patterns over the course of a week.
Predict the weather with this fun-filled forecasting worksheet! Your child will review basic weather terms and practice her observation skills.
If Dorothy had lived a little further south, she might have been swept away to Oz by a hurricane.
Do you know how clouds form? Get the basic idea of how moisture in the air can become a cloud.
The water cycle plays a big role in weather patterns. Color this water cycle chart and get familiar with this cycle at work.
Turn a patchy day into a fun science adventure with this cloud gazing worksheet! Draw the clouds you spot, and then identify which type they are.
Do you know how Tsunamis are formed? This worksheet shows the physics behind tsunami formation.
Can you tell which types of weathering caused each of these changes in the earth? This activity is a great way to review the 3 main types of weathering.
Does your little scientist know the water cycle? Challenge her with this cut and paste activity where she'll label each part of this water cycle!
Learn more about molecules and how they comprise the air all around us in this intro-to-earth-science worksheet.
Ever lay on your back to look at the clouds? Now you'll know which types of cloud make up all those silly shapes you see with this diagram.
The Earth is very much alive, even its rocks shift and change. Practice geology vocabulary with this challenging word search.
Learn some new words and facts about precious minerals with this word-scramble and matching worksheet.
Learn all about precipitation and the role it plays on the planet in this weather science worksheet.
A fill-in-the-blank exercise on tornadoes, made for fifth grade science students.
Find out all about snow in this worksheet -- what it is, where it comes from and what it looks like.
Mini meteorologists will love predicting the weather with this worksheet! Build logic and a sense of chronology by drawing pictures of the forecast.
Here's a stormy science adventure that will blow your socks off! Learn about tracking hurricanes with this map of coordinates.
Ever lay on your back to watch the clouds? With this cloud chart you and your little scientist can identify the different types of cloud formations.
Fossils have a lot to teach us about life on earth, but they can also be used to help teach kids the scientific method.
This word search introduces your child to important rocks and minerals vocabulary, as it strengthens his attention to detail.