First-grade - Science concepts

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  • Identifying States of Matter: Solid, Liquid, Gas?

    Looking for a worksheet to challenge your child's knowledge of science? This printable asks him to identify a solid, liquid and gas.

  • Temperature: Hot or Cold?

    For each item on this first grade science worksheet, kids match a piece of clothing with the thermometer showing a temperature for wearing the item of clothing.

  • Matter Mixup: What's a Solid?

    Kids practice identifying solids for a lesson on the states of matter in this 1st grade physical science worksheet.

  • Matter Mixup: What's a Gas?

    Kids practice identifying gases for a lesson on the states of matter in this 1st grade physical science worksheet.

  • Matter Mixup: What's a Liquid?

    Kids practice identifying liquids for a lesson on the states of matter in this 1st grade physical science worksheet.

  • Matter Mixup: Writing Solids, Liquids, and Gases

    Kids write down examples of solids, liquids, and gases in this 1st grade physical science worksheet that focuses on the states of matter.

  • Balancing Bird: Learning About Gravity

    This worksheet uses a paper bird to demonstrate center of gravity, and practices following directions and fine motor skills.

  • Introduction to Magnets

    Can your child tell what will be attracted by a magnet? Challenge him to think about why magnets attract certain objects.

  • Matter Mixup: Drawing Solids, Liquids, and Gases

    Kids draw examples of solids, liquids, and gases in this 1st grade physical science worksheet that focuses on the states of matter.

  • Learn About Magnets

    Magnets are fun to play with, but how do they actually work? Have your child circle the objects he thinks the magnet will attract.

  • Color Spectrum for Kids

    Find out how colors work with an intro to the color spectrum. Kids will investigate the seven colors of the rainbow and do a color wheel experiment.

  • Sink or Float? #4

    Introduce the basic concepts of sinking and floating with this fun worksheet. Your budding scientist will decide if these objects sink or float!

  • Science Board Game

    Let your 1st grader become a mad scientist in this fun science board game, and encourage her to become a lover of the interesting subject.