Third-grade - Science concepts
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- What is Weathering and Erosion?
Is your child trying to answer the question what is weathering and erosion? This info sheet gives good definitions of the terms and some visual examples.
- Know Your Planets: Saturn
Did you know that 763 Earths could fit inside Saturn? Learn more fun facts about Saturn on this fun science printable.
- Know Your Planets: Jupiter
Blast off into space with a fun planet printable. This one features Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system.
- Cloud Chart
Ever lay on your back to watch the clouds? With this cloud chart you and your little scientist can identify the different types of cloud formations.
- Why is the Ocean Salty?
How did salt ever get into the ocean? Find out how, and then try conducting your own salt water experiment.
- 5 Ways to Conserve Water
Can you and your child come up with a few ways to conserve water in your home? This printable starts you off with five ways to conserve water.
- Different Types of Galaxies
Ready for liftoff? Take to the starry skies with this worksheet that explores the three basic types of galaxies.
- Why Does It Rain?
Without rain, we wouldn't have any puddles to splash and stomp in. Does your third grader know why and how rain falls from the clouds?
- Solar Eclipse
This worksheet features a scientific explanation and awesome photos of solar eclipses, which are extremely rare scientific phenomena.
- Know Your Planets: Uranus
Did you know that Uranus can get as cold as -144° Fahrenheit? Learn more about the third largest planet in our solar system on this planet printable.
- Wetlands and Swamps
What happens to water as it travels through mushy, smushy wetlands and swamps? Find out all about the water cycle and fill in scientific terms in the swamp.
- Facts About Neptune
How much do you know about our solar system's planets? Kids learn facts about Neptune in an out-of-this-world worksheet.
- Planet Research
Third grader today, astrophysicist tomorrow! Let your child research his planet of choice, and discover everything from the number of moons to temperature.
- Protecting Forests
Teach your child how to respect the ecosystem with a science worksheet that doubles as a coloring page. Can he identify the sources of pollution in the scene?
- Master of Disaster Vocabulary
Give your kid help with his science skills with this worksheet, which practices natural disaster vocabulary.
- Know Your Planets: Pluto
Here's a great way to teach your kids more about our solar system. This worksheet focuses on the dwarf planet, Pluto.
- What is a Landform?
This landform worksheet gets kids to increase their knowledge of landform types through play. Our landform worksheet features an educational word search.
- Protect Lakes
Our ecosystems need a protector; is your third grader up to the challenge? Identify harmful pollutants in a science worksheet that doubles as a coloring page.
- Drought and Flooding Writing Prompt
Here's a quick overview of drought and flooding to spark thoughts or conversation with your kids about water.
- What is the Earth?
What is the Earth? Here is a reading passage and a word search to help your kid get acquainted with Earth science.
- What is the Earth Made Of?
What is the Earth made of? Find out everything that goes on just below the surface in this science reading worksheet.
- How is A Star Born?
Have you ever looked into the night sky and wondered where all those millions and million of stars come from? Find out here with a mini astronomy lesson!
- The Sun and the Moon
How do the Sun and the Moon interact with the Earth, and how do all three depend on one another? Find out in this science worksheet.
- All About Brazil: Natural Resources Worksheet
This reading comprehension worksheet focuses on Brazil's incredible natural resources, targeting both Earth science and language arts.