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Science

Unlock the wonder and fun of science by exploring the printables, lessons, graphic organizers, and quizzes below. Whether you're teaching a unit on geology, space, chemistry, or physics, you'll find the science materials you need for elementary, intermediate, and high school students. You can easily incorporate math, history, or art activities into your science curriculum with these resources. Use Earth Day activities in April to teach your students about nature and respecting the environment.

Whiteboard Compatible Mini-Lessons

Sense Organs: Skin, Nose, Tongue Mini-Lesson
The Amazing Rain Forest Mini-Lesson
Ocean Zones Mini-Lesson
Animals of the Arctic Mini-Lesson
Intro to Rocks Mini-Lesson
More Mini-Lessons

Digital Books

Gallery of DK Digital Books for Life Science
Gallery of DK Digital Books for Earth Science

Worksheets & Activities (K-2)

Photosynthesis Worksheet
Winter Crossword Puzzle
Body Parts
World Map (Black and White)
Plant Parts
More Science Printables (K-2)

Worksheets & Activities (3-5)

Winter Solstice Activities
Parts of a Volcano Labeling Worksheet
Potential and Kinetic Energy
Be a Christmas Tree Detective
Explaining the Winter Solstice
More Science Printables (3-5)

Worksheets & Activities (6-8)

Performance-Based Science Activities
Thought for Food: A Nutrition Lesson
List of Inventions and Discoveries
Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Snowflake Ornament
More Science Printables (6-8)

Worksheets & Activities (9-12)

Performance-Based Science Activities
The Parts of the Heart (Blank) Printable
Environment & Pollution: Matching Worksheet
The Healthy Immune System
The Respiratory System (Blank) Printable
More Science Printables (9-12)

Lesson Plans

Winter Holidays
Which Metal Corrodes the Fastest?
In Which Liquids Do Seeds Grow Best?
Does It Matter How Much Air Is in Your Basketball?
What Materials Conduct Static Electricity Best?
Let It Snow!
What Am I? Icebreaker
More Popular Science Lesson Plans

Graphic Organizers

Top 10 Science Graphic Organizers
Float or Sink
Dogs and Cats as Pets: Venn Diagram
Triple Venn Diagram
KWL Chart - Animals
Double Entry Journal Template
More Science Graphic Organizers

References

List of Rain Forest Animals
Types of Snow
Cranberry Facts
Global Warming: A Glossary of Terms
Global Warming: So, What's the Big Deal?
More Science References

Games & Puzzles

Bones & Muscles Word Search
Recycling Crossword Puzzle
Hospital Word Search
An Animal Puzzle
Poptropica Teaching Guide: Time Tangled Island
More Online Science Games

Earth Day Activities

Recycling & Waste Management – Educational Videos & Activities
Renewable and Non-renewable Energy
Plant Crossword Puzzle
How Can You Test to See If Air Takes Up Space?
Rachel Carson: The Coming of a Silent Spring: Reading Passage
More Earth Day Teacher Resources

Spring

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Activities Booklet
Life Cycle of Butterflies
Describe the Rainy Day
More Spring Resources for Science Class

Autumn

Weather Station
Fall Similes
The Sunflower
More Autumn Resources for Science Class

Winter

Jan Brett's Winter Books
Snowflakes Poem
Snowman Mobile
More Winter Resources for Science Class

Language Arts Connections

Lesson Planning Center
I Dreamed I Was a Snowman Poetry Pack
Organ Systems in the Human Body
Polar Bears Reading Warm-Up
Label Your Body
More Language Arts Activities for Science Class

Literature Connections

Animal Farm Literature Guide
"The Grasshopper and the Owl": A Fable by Aesop
Summer Reading (Grades 9-12)
Summer Reading (Grades 6-8)
Teacher's Guide to Jan Brett's Gingerbread Friends
More Literature Activities for Science Class

Math Connections

It's Winter Weather
Weather Graph
Measuring: Liquid Volume
How Does Alcohol Affect the Body?
A Growing Snowflake
More Popular Math & Science Resources

Art Connections

Explaining the Winter Solstice
Holiday Ornaments & Decorations Slideshow
Snowflake Ornament
Let It Snow!
Winter Holiday Bookmarks
More Popular Art Activities for Science Class

Physics

Does It Matter How Much Air Is in Your Basketball?
Potential and Kinetic Energy
What Materials Conduct Static Electricity Best?
Force and Motion
Loud and Soft Sounds
Observing Sound Waves
Float or Sink
More Physics Resources

Chemistry

Which Metal Corrodes the Fastest?
Salt or Sugar: Which Dissolves Faster in Different Liquids?
Dominant and Recessive Genes
Gummy Bear Genetics
Science Key-Term Crossword Puzzle
More Chemistry Activities

Human Body Resources

The Five Senses - Kindergarten
Label Your Body
Human Body Transparencies & Visuals Gallery
Big Sneeze
Human Body Printables Slideshow (Grades K-3)
Brain Science Curriculum (Grades 3 & 4)
Brain Science Curriculum (Grades 5 & 6)
More Human Body Resources for Teachers

Weather

Types of Snow
Weather Forecast Bulletin Board
Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Weather Graph
Frequently Asked Questions about Tsunamis
More Weather Resources for Teachers

Plants (Botany)

Photosynthesis Worksheet
In Which Liquids Do Seeds Grow Best?
Plant Parts
Be a Christmas Tree Detective
Careers: Who Am I?
More Plants (Botany) – Teacher Resources

Animals

Vertebrate and Invertebrate Animals
What Am I? Icebreaker
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Activities Booklet
Animal Farm Literature Guide
Polar Bears Reading Warm-Up
More Animals – Teacher Resources

Space

Constellations: Pictures in the Sky Lesson Plan
Moon Things Crossword Puzzle
Moon's Phases Lesson Plan
Zodiac Constellations
Learning About Telescopes
Early Astronomers
The Asteroids
More Popular Space Activities for Science Class

Social Studies Connections

Winter Holidays
World Map (Black and White)
It's Winter Weather
List of Inventions and Discoveries
Snowman Mobile
More Social Studies Activities for Science Class

History Connections

"The Grasshopper and the Owl": A Fable by Aesop
"The Fox and the Goat": A Lesson on Aesop's Fable
Create Your Own Invention
The Discovery of Penicillin
Inventions & Machines Printables Slideshow
More History Activities for Science Class

Technology

Comparing Humans and Robots
Animal Report PowerPoint Presentation
Howard Hughes Sets Speed Record
Life Science Test: Heredity and Genetics
75-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Voice Heard Again
More Popular Technology Resources for Science Class

Inventions

Become an Inventor
Wind-Up Cars
Famous Firsts in Aviation
Invent-a-Fair Judging Form
George Washington Carver
Understanding Penicillin and Mold
Bringing Science History to Life
More Popular Inventions Activities for Science Class

Food Science

Thought for Food: A Nutrition Lesson
Which Foods Do Molds Love Best?
Fruits and Vegetables List
Food Groups
Rain Forest Foods and Spices
More Nutrition & Food Activities

Geology

Parts of a Volcano Labeling Worksheet
Science Reading Warm-Up: Earthquakes
Science Reading Warm-Up: Volcanoes
All About Fossils
Volcanoes
More Geology Activities

Insects

List of Rain Forest Animals
Life Cycle of Butterflies
Tarantulas Reading Warm-Up
Animal Habitat Crossword Puzzle
Body Parts of an Ant
More Insects – Teacher Resources

Biography Activities

Rachel Carson: The Coming of a Silent Spring: Reading Passage
Popular Inventions Printables
Gregor Mendel, Botanist
Albert Einstein, Physicist
Louis Pasteur, Bacteriologist
More Biography Activities

Visuals & Transparencies

Science Visuals (Grades 6-12)
Science Transparencies (Grades 6-12)

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