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First Grade Science Earth Science WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Layers of Mars
Complete this simple and engaging exercise about the planet Mars by reading the information and labeling Mars' layers using what you've learned.
- Wind for Kids
Get wise about wind! Even though you can't see it, wind is a powerful force caused by changing temperature in the air.
- Cloud Gazing
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.
- Earth Maze
This Earth maze features a cool globe design. Perfect as an Earth Day activity, our Earth maze gets your child to be mindful about the planet.
- Bug Identification
For every kid who loves creepy-crawly critters, here's a fun activity to enjoy outside! Learn some fun facts about bugs and record observations of your own.
- Layers of Mercury
First graders can read the information about Mercury then label each layer of the planet using what they've learned.
- Personal Goals
Get out there and see what nature has to offer! This personal goal-setting worksheet will help your first grader get a head start on the summer.
- Magnifying Glass Coloring Page
Discover tiny parts of nature with a magnifying glass! This coloring page is sure to delight any outdoor explorer and help him record his nature observations.
- Layers of Venus
First graders can learn about the planet Venus and label its layers in this simple and engaging exercise!
- How to Make a Windsock
See the wind in action! Little scientists can make and decorate their very own windsocks to hang in the breeze, using this template.
- Animal Patterns
Let's play animal hide and seek! Your little zookeeper will learn all about animal camouflage with this adorable worksheet.
- Flower Identification
When spring is in full bloom, be sure to get outside to smell the flowers! Your little nature lover can have fun with this flower identification activity.
- Tree Rings for Kids
Tree climbers and tree huggers alike, learn the basics of reading tree rings to find out about the life of a tree.
- Planting Eggplants!
Did you know the eggplant is actually a fruit? Sit down with your little gardener to color these eggplants and learn how to plant your own!
- Weathervane Coloring Page
What is a weathervane? Find out the basics of this helpful weather prediction tool using this coloring page!
- Write a Spring Story
Grab your colored pencils and your crayons and get your creative juices flowing with a story starter worksheet that lets you add the illustrations!
- Planting Cauliflower!
Sprout an interest in gardening with this guide to planting cauliflower! Color this page and learn a few fun facts about how to care for your cauliflower.
- Wild Plants
Which of these wild plants is the most poisonous? Which one stores water? Help your budding botanist get to know some of the most unique plants.
- Planting Turnips!
Did you know people have been growing turnips well before Ancient Rome? Enjoy this coloring sheet with your little gardener.
- Animal Fun Facts
Did you know there is a tortoise who is over 100 years old? Learn some interesting animal facts with this cut and paste matching activity!