Third-grade - Science concepts
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- Types of Energy
Does your little scientist know the different types of energy? Explore energy with this helpful info sheet!
- Potential and Kinetic Energy
Teach your child the difference between potential and kinetic energy with this introductory worksheet.
- Energy Word Search
Brush up on some physics vocabulary with this energy word search!
- Light and Shadow
Where'd that shadow come from? Next time a scary shadow crosses your path, you'll know just what to look for.
- Color Wheel for Kids
Here's a thorough, easy-to-understand breakdown of the color wheel that includes primary, secondary and tertiary colors.
- Chemical Vs. Physical Reactions
Science can be a bit of a bore to some students, but with this quick worksheet on chemical and physical reactions, it can at least be a breeze.
- Firework Diagram
Discover the science behind an ages-old 4th of July tradition with this firework diagram.
- Light and Reflection
Introduce your flashlight to mirrors. Mirrors are cool surfaces that reflect light just as well as they reflect your face.
- Scrambled Planet Names
Never heard of the planet Pirjute? That's because it's Jupiter, with mixed-up letters! Kids unscramble planet names on this third grade science worksheet.
- Definition of Energy
What is energy? Energy is the ability to do work! Use this colorful worksheet to teach your little scientist the basics of energy.
- Energy Use
Help your student become aware of everyday energy use with this fill-in-the-blank worksheet.
- What is Solar Energy
What is solar energy? Discover how we use the power of the sun, and complete this worksheet about an important renewable energy source.
- All About Density
Budding scientists can learn about an important physical science concept with this worksheet all about density!
Learn all about light refraction by simply placing your pencil in a glass of water. Warning: your pencil may not be quiet the same afterward.
- Light Sources
Without light sources, we wouldn't have any light. Can you imagine a world without any light sources?
- What is Wind Energy?
What is wind energy? Teach your students how we can use the wind to create electricity!
- Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy
What's the difference between renewable and non-renewable energy? Help your student discover the various forms of energy we use each day.
- The Wright Brothers
Fly high with The Wright Brothers, two siblings who soared to the forefront of history with their design for the first modern airplane.
- Light Through Objects
Grab your trusty flashlight and get ready for a scientific treasure hunt!
Light can do amazing things, but nothing else brings out its crazy capabilities like the prism. Learn about the dazzling prism and make one of your own.
- Transparent Translucent Opaque
Increase your child's vocabulary and knowledge of the scientific world around him with a single sheet!
- Pizza Box Solar Oven
Experiment with renewable energy from the comfort of home by creating a pizza box solar oven!
- How is a Rainbow Formed?
Rainbows look like swipes of brightly colored paint hanging in the sky. Have you ever wondered how they got there?
- Direction of Light
Light travels so quickly that sometimes we can forget it even travels at all. Learn all about the direction light travels and perform your own experiment!