Fifth-grade - Science concepts
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- 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.
- Newton's First Law
Why do we wear our seat belts in the car? Newton's first law of motion, or the law of inertia, explains that objects in motion stay in motion!
- What is Sound?
Did you know that sound is actually caused by movement? Vibrations of particles create the sound that we hear.
- History of the Periodic Table
The periodic table of the elements is an important classification system of the most basic particles that make up our world!
- 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?
- Chemistry of Fireworks
Don't let school year learning slip away this summer: use this chemistry worksheet to practice identifying elements.
- Law of Gravity
Discover some of the fascinating properties of gravity by studying one of Newton's famous laws, the Law of Gravitation.
- Condensation and Evaporation
What is the difference between condensation and evaporation? Learn about natural cooling and heating processes that are caused by changing states of matter!
- Physical and Chemical Changes
Teach your little scientist the difference between physical and chemical changes, on a molecular level.
- Newton's Second Law
Why is it harder to throw a bowling ball than it is to throw a beach ball? The answer is in Newton's second law of motion!
- Winter Olympics: Figure Skating
This physics of figure skating worksheet teaches kids about angular momentum and moment of inertia by using the example of a spinning figure skater.
- How to Read the Periodic Table
The periodic table of the elements is full of helpful information. Figure out how to read the periodic table with this helpful guide.
- Atom Diagram
Practice diagramming atoms and using the periodic table to pull information about atoms with this quiz page.
- What is Energy?
Energy is a crucial part of physical science! All things on Earth have energy, whether it's potential or kinetic.
- All About Magnets
If your scientist is mad for magnets, let him explore a few fun facts about magnetism with this physics page!
- Speed of Sound
How fast does sound travel? Help your child figure out the physics of sound waves with this informative worksheet.
- Science Review: Chemical Vs. Physical Properties
After your child fills in this review sheet on chemical and physical properties, it's a good idea to hold onto it for future test review!
- Winter Olympics: Ice Hockey
This worksheet teaches kids about the physics of hockey, applying principles of classical mechanics to an effective slapshot.
- Master the Periodic Table of Elements #1
Your fifth grader is the only hope for finding the missing information from these elements of the periodic table.
- Winter Olympics: Snowboarding
Kids can use this physics of snowboarding worksheet to learn about velocity and torque while trying out a fun physics experiment of their own!
- Winter Olympics: Bobsled
Learn about drag, air resistance, and Newton's laws with this cool worksheet on bobsled physics!
- Physical Science Review: Properties of Metal
A handy worksheet that breaks down the properties of metal. A good physical science review sheet to keep around for reference.
- Kilograms to Pounds
Learn all about how to convert kilograms to pounds in this weight conversion worksheet.
- Winter Olympics: Short Track Speed Skating
This cool physics worksheet helps kids learn how centripetal force and centrifugal force can explain why short track speed skaters don't fall over during turns.