Kindergarten - Science concepts

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  • Sort Out the Five Senses

    Help your kindergartener make sense of the five senses with this matching worksheet. He'll connect each sense with the picture that goes with it.

  • Senses and Feelings

    Quiz your kindergartener on feelings and the five senses with this cute picture test.

  • 5 Senses: Taste Matching

    As your kindergarten kid learns the five senses, use this worksheet to help her associate new words with different tastes.

  • Sense of Hearing

    Jump into science with a lesson in our sense of hearing with this coloring page that asks kids to color the pictures of things they can hear.

  • Making Senses! Identifying Sight, Sound and Smell

    Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with science? This printable will help her identify the five senses.

  • 5 Senses: Sight Matching

    This worksheet can help your kindergartener associate words with specific types of sights, such as bright, dark and shiny.

  • Our Five Senses: Touch

    Kids draw something they touch at the beach for this kindergarten science worksheet. They learn that touch is a sense and that we use our hands to touch.

  • Our Five Senses: Smell

    Kids draw something they smell in the garden for this kindergarten science worksheet. They learn that smell is a sense and that we use our noses to smell.

  • Our Five Senses: Hearing

    Kids draw something they hear at the zoo for this kindergarten science worksheet. They learn that hearing is one of our senses and that we use our ears to hear.

  • Our Five Senses: Sight

    Kids draw what they see in the mirror for this kindergarten science worksheet. They learn that sight is one of our senses and that we use our eyes to see.

  • 5 Senses: Smell Matching

    Teach your kindergartener a few words that go with different smells to help him expand his vocabulary and continue learning about the five senses.

  • 5 Senses: Touch Matching

    As your kindergartener learns the five senses in school, give her a bit of extra practice at home with this worksheet about the sense of touch.

  • Week 12: Mad Scientist

    Loads of fun and packed with learning for science lovers and non-science lovers alike, this week's ideas will show your child the amazing side of science.

  • Our Five Senses: Taste

    Kids draw something they taste at the farm on this kindergarten science worksheet. They learn that taste is a sense and that we use our mouths to taste.

  • Taste Experiment

    Sometimes your senses can play tricks on you. Experiment with your sense of taste and your sense of smell with this simple experiment!

  • 5 Senses: Ear Maze

    Learn about hearing and ear anatomy while doing an ear maze! Kindergarteners learn about the five senses, so challenge your child with fun stuff like this!

  • Week 14: Make a Mess!

    Your kids will have a blast making a mess while they build important science and reading skills. So roll up your sleeves and dig in to this week's ideas!

  • Science Scavenger Hunt: Green

    Practice your detective skills with this fun worksheet! Have your child go around the house and see how many things from the list they can find.

  • Home Scavenger Hunt

    Start searching the house for items on this scientific scavenger hunt list, perfect for developing early science skills.