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Human Anatomy: Ear
Human Anatomy: Ear
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Human Anatomy: Ear
How does our hearing work? Give your child a great guide to the anatomy of our ears with this anatomy worksheet.
5th grade
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Drawing the Phases of the Moon
Drawing the Phases of the Moon
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Drawing the Phases of the Moon
5th grade
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Science Worksheets and Printables

Long before they learn what the word “science” means, most kids develop a fascination with their scientific surroundings—above them, below them, and around them. Our science worksheets tap into that fascination with grade-specific lessons and activities about astronomy, geology, chemistry, and more. Whether your youngest child is curious about why the earth spins, or your oldest child is interested in the intricacies of plate tectonics, our science worksheets are here to educate and captivate.

Create Well-Rounded Science Students with Science Worksheets

Biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, geology. There are so many facets to science that every child is bound to find one he enjoys and gravitate toward it. At the same time, he’s bound to encounter one that’s confusing and shy away from it. The key to building a well-rounded science student is to get him comfortable with every aspect of the subject. And the best way to do that is to build his knowledge—both in the classroom and out.

Our science worksheets, which span every elementary grade level, are a perfect way for students to practice some of the concepts they learn in school. From coloring pages for early learners that explain the moon’s various phases to complex texts that teach older kids about black holes and the chemical elements of nitrogen, our science worksheets help students become more proficient across all science disciplines.

Beyond that, consider taking your child to the local planetarium so he can get up close and personal with astronomy. Or visit an aquarium to learn more about life sciences. Or use household objects of varying weights for a lesson on gravity. Indeed, science is all around us, so use it to expand your child’s knowledge and interest.