Does your little scientist know the different types of energy? Explore energy with this helpful info sheet!
Have you ever looked into the night sky and wondered where all those millions and million of stars come from? Find out here with a mini astronomy lesson!
Your students will use this resource to analyze their vocabulary words and relate them to other ideas and concepts. It is a great graphic organizer for all content areas.
Little gardeners, get to know your plants! See the cycle of a plant from its birth to adulthood, and read a bit about photosynthesis too.
Teach your child the difference between potential and kinetic energy with this introductory worksheet.
Right now the Earth is spinning, whether we can feel it or not. Do you know why? Uncover the science behind our spinning planet with this informative worksheet.
In this design thinking activity, your child will choose an animal to research, learn about the animal’s habitat, and then replicate the animal's habitat using household items.
Earth's neighbors have landed: the planets that is! Your child can make his way across our solar system, planet by planet, learning interesting facts like any good astronaut, and making a 3-D mobile.
What is solar energy? Discover how we use the power of the sun, and complete this worksheet about an important renewable energy source.
Identify the appearance of the moon during its three main phases which include the New Moon, Quarter Moon, and Full Moon.
Is your child trying to answer the question what is weathering and erosion? This info sheet gives good definitions of the terms and some visual examples.
Give the subject of energy a zap! This workbook offers a brief overview of energy, its sources and uses. With clear vocabulary and illustrations, it's a great introduction to what fuels us.
Where'd that shadow come from? Next time a scary shadow crosses your path, you'll know just what to look for.
What is wind energy? Teach your students how we can use the wind to create electricity!
Embark on a worldwide animal safari with this nature-lover's workbook! Learn about animal habitats, endangered species and more, all while honing reading comprehension skills.
Without light sources, we wouldn't have any light. Can you imagine a world without any light sources?
Did you know that light can bend? Help your curious kids learn the important physical properties of light and explore how light adds colors to our world, with this beautiful series on light and color.
How did salt ever get into the ocean? Find out how, and then try conducting your own salt water experiment.
Without rain, we wouldn't have any puddles to splash and stomp in. Does your third grader know why and how rain falls from the clouds?
Why does the earth spin? How is a rainbow formed? Feed the flame of curiosity in your child, and find out the answers to some of those age-old questions about how the world works.
What is water energy? Also known as hydro power, water energy is one of our important renewable resources!
What is the rocky cycle? This info sheet answers that question with the help of a colorful diagram and a shout out to important vocabulary.
Ancient mariners mistook the manatee for a mermaid! Your young biologist won't make the same mistake after learning about the manatee with this worksheet.
What on Earth? This reading comprehension work revolves around facts and myths about our own planet. Extend your child's reading skills and help ideas take root with this down-to-earth workbook.
Have you ever wondered why water in a drinking glass looks clear while water in the ocean looks blue? Find out why with this fun worksheet!