Fourth-grade - Science concepts
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- All About Circuits
Is your fourth grader learning about electricity? This worksheet is all about circuits, tests her skills and reinforces the concept of how a circuit works!
- What's the Matter? #1
Kids flex their physical science knowledge by classifying items as solids or liquids in this 4th grade states of matter worksheet.
- Graduated Cylinders
Give your budding chemist the facts and practice she needs for measuring with graduated cylinders.
- Gravity Definition For Kids
Looking for a quick reference about gravity and a definition for kids? This two page worksheet and activity has you covered!
- Electricity Word Search
Is your kid studying electricity? Give her a break from the scientific nitty-gritty with this fun word search full of electricity terms!
- Water and Photosynthesis
Together, water and photosynthesis are the source of all life on Earth! Little curious minds will enjoy discovering the ins and outs of photosynthesis.
- Isaac Newton Biography
Learn all about this significant scientist with this Isaac Newton biography, detailing his life and work.
- All About Albert Einstein
Introduce your child to fascinating scientist Albert Einstein with this history sheet, where he'll even get to learn a bit of basics on theoretical physics.
- What Is the Water Cycle?
What is the water cycle? We're glad you asked! Learn about this amazing natural system that's been working for billions of years.
- Graduated Cylinder Measurements
Sometimes measuring liquids scientifically is tricky. Give your budding scientist some practice, by reading measurements on graduated cylinder illustrations.
- What's the Matter? #2
Kids practice classifying items as liquids or solids for a lesson on the states of matter in this 4th grade physical science worksheet.
- Build your own Electromagnet!
Calling all mad scientists... Electrify your enthusiasm for science! This awesome worksheet will show you step-by-step how to make an electromagnet.
- What Keeps the Moon in Orbit?
Have you ever wondered what keeps the moon in orbit? Newton's first law gets a quick introduction, too, in this worksheet for kids. Check it out!
- Electricity: Sources and Functions
Your child will learn how electricity is made and used by drawing pictures of household products that use electricity to create light, heat, and motion.
- 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.
- Physical Change vs Chemical Change
This worksheet teaches your student about physical change vs chemical change, matter, mass, and property. An exciting experiment reinforces the concepts.
- Build a Pyramid Parachute!
It's a paper parachute brigade! Learn how to build your own parachute, and learn how the parachute was invented over 500 years ago.
- Physical Properties of Water
This worksheet teaches your child about physical properties of water, specific heat, kinetic energy and more.
- Electromagnet Word Search
A lot of common objects use electromagnets to work. This word search will get your child thinking about all the electrical and mechanical devices around her!
- Cohesion and Adhesion of Water
With two simple yet fun experiments, this worksheet covers the interesting topic of cohesion and adhesion of water.
- How Fireworks Work
Let your curious kid learn a little bit about how fireworks work in this summer science sheet.
- Apollo 11
Learn about what was arguably the most famous of American space missions, Apollo 11, in this combination social studies and science worksheet.
- What is Lightning?
Discover the science behind lightning bolts! Find out exactly how and why lightning strikes before completing a lightning-themed word search.
- Space Science Word Scramble
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with science? This printable will quiz them over astronomy.