Second-grade - Science concepts

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  • Animal Word Search: Mammals

    Teach your little scientist about warm-blooded animals with this fun printable word search.

  • Vertebrates and Invertebrates

    Stretch your backbones and learn about the creatures that have a spine and those you don't!

  • With and Without a Picture: Narwhal

    The narwhal is one unusual animal! Your child will learn about this horned sea creature through text and pictures.

  • Life Science Learning: Life Cycle of a Frog

    Has your child learned about the life cycle of a frog in school? Test his understanding with this cute cut and paste worksheet.

  • Pictures Have a Lot to Say

    These pictures have a lot to say! The animals in this worksheet don't talkÃbut they can tell you a lot about what they're like by the way they look.

  • Hibernation

    Learn about the animal practice of hibernation in this quick science worksheet.

  • Classifying Animals

    Why do dogs have fur, but bugs don't? Learn all about different types of animals with this worksheet on simple animal classes.

  • DNA Coloring Page

    Introduce your child to the building blocks of life: DNA! This coloring page features a double helix structure, or a DNA strand.

  • Life Cycle of a Plant

    Little gardeners, get to know your plants! See the cycle of a plant from its birth to adulthood, and read a bit about photosynthesis too.

  • Insect Body Parts

    Bug out on some insect anatomy! Can you name each part of the insect? Try making an educated guess by using what you already know about animal body parts.

  • What is a Cell?

    Cells are the building blocks of all living things! Help your little scientist learn the basics of a cell with this fun activity.

  • Color the Freshwater Habitat

    Teach your kids about the importance of preserving freshwater ecosystems with a lake habitat coloring page filled with frogs, turtles, ducks, and dragonflies.

  • Compare and Contrast: Platypus

    In this worksheet, students will read two different passages about the platypus. Kids will compare and contrast the passages, and identify the main ideas.

  • How Does It Grow? Apple Tree

    This fun cut and paste sheet teaches kids about the process an apple tree goes through as it grows.

  • Your Heart

    Learn all about your body's most important muscle: your heart! This simple diagram is a great way to introduce your little biologist to his heart.

  • What is Digestion?

    What happens to our food after we swallow it? Chomp on some body science with this diagram of the digestive system.

  • Life Cycle of a Fish

    Take a trip down to the deep blue sea and learn about the life cycle of a fish! Fish go through the same stages of life as many other living things.

  • Life Cycle of a Frog

    All living things go through cycles. Learn about the life cycle of an amphibian with this diagram of the life of a frog!

  • Life Science Learning: Parents and Offspring

    This worksheet tests kids' understanding of basic heredity by asking them to match parent turtles with their offspring based on similar traits.

  • Recycling Paper Process

    How do you make recycled paper? Learn all about the recycling paper process on this informative worksheet.

  • Explore the Life Cycle of Corn

    Kids follow corn as it grows from seed to vegetable on this simple cut-and-paste growth chart.

  • Whale Facts

    Young readers will love digging into this passage's cool whale facts, and they'll get a nice reading comprehension workout in the process.

  • Sea Turtle Facts

    Young readers will love digging into this passage's cool sea turtle facts, and they'll get a nice reading comprehension workout in the process.

  • Gutsy Move: Nervous vs. Digestive

    Help your child learn about the nervous system and the digestive system with this fun worksheet, which will challenge his knowledge of physiology.