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Science Work Sheet Library K-2

The language arts lessons below have been selected from the resources of Teacher Created Resources. (Click on the advertisement above for a complete catalog of Teacher Created Resources teacher-ready activities.) The lessons below are appropriate for students in Grades K-2. Click on a work sheet headline below for a complete teaching resource; the skill listed in parentheses next to each headline is the primary skill addressed within that work sheet. Answer keys are provided below for lessons that require them.

More That Matters (physical science)
ANSWERS: (Page 240)
more that matters

What Kind of Animal? (animals)
ANSWERS: (Page 240) 1. mammal, 2. insect, 3. fish, 4. bird, 5. insect,  6. reptile,  7. reptile,  8. mammal

Abraham Lincoln (our country)
ANSWERS: (Page 240) 1. 1809, 2. books, 3. 1860, 4. freed the slaves, 5. Answers will vary.

Using a Magnet (physical science)
ANSWERS: (Page 239) Students should color the whistle, fishing hook, paperclip, screw, and spoon.

The Big Bear (stars and planets)

Lungs (nonfiction: health and wellness)
ANSWERS: (Page 171) 1. c, 2. a, 3. c, 4. c

The Food Chain (nonfiction: science)
ANSWERS: (Page 170) 1. c, 2. a, 3. c, 4. a

Stinkbug (nonfiction: animals)
ANSWERS: (Page 169) 1. c, 2. d, 3. b, 4. a

Naming the Senses (health)
ANSWERS: (Page 96) 1. The Five Senses, 2. eyes (seeing), 3. ears (hearing), 4. nose (smelling), 5. tongue (tasting),  6. skin (touching)

Parts of a Plant (life science)
ANSWERS: (Page 95) 1. flower, 2. stem, 3. leaf, 4. seed, 5. roots

What Is the Weather? (earth science)
ANSWERS: (Page 94) 1. rainy, 2. sunny, 3. windy, 4. snowy

States of Matter (physical science)
ANSWERS: (Page 93) 1. solid, 2. liquid, 3. solid, 4. liquid, 5. liquid,  6. gas,  7. solid,  8. gas

Creepy Crawlers (logic and critical-thinking skills)
ANSWERS: (Page 95) 1. ant, 2. worm, 3. snake, 4. spider

Parts of a Tooth (teeth)

Plant Poster (plants)

A Poem About Sadness (Health - Emotions; Language Arts)

Body Parts Puzzle (Human Body)

Emotional Journey Journal (Health - Emotions; Language Arts)

Pets All Around (Animals - Pets)

What Is a Pond? (Life Science - The Environment and Ecology)

Flower Dissection Instructions (Life Science - Plants)

Measuring the Wind (Weather)

The Magic of Static (Physical Science - Electricity)
ANSWERS: Answer key on page 21 (see work sheet).

Identifying Matter by Sound and Feel (Physical Science; The Senses)

Which One Is an Insect? (Life Science - Animals/Insects)
ANSWERS: (Page 34) Insect: aphid, butterfly, housefly, earwig, bee, cricket, cockroach, mosquito, louse; Not an Insect: earthworm, hummingbird, crab, mouse, spider, scorpion, lizard, snail, centipede. (Pages 35-37) Answers will vary.

Measuring Rainfall (Weather)

Choose a Fish (Life Science - Oceans)

Let's Learn to Live Together (Health - Safety; Language Arts; Tolerance)
ANSWERS: Answer key at bottom of work sheet.

Sea World On the Internet (Life Science - Oceans)

Food Pyramid (Health - Nutrition)
ANSWERS: (Page 19) Food Pyramid Puzzle. 1. three servings; 2. two servings; 3. three servings; 4. two servings; 5. seven servings.

Letters in a Mirror (Physical Science; Symmetry)

Parts of an Insect (Life Science - Animals/Insects)
Suggestion: Use as a chart or reference sheet.

Pepper Fun (The Senses)

What Shape is the Moon Tonight? (Space Science)

Insects (Life Science - Animals/Insects)
ANSWERS: (Page 7) What is an Insect? 1. three; 2. head, thorax, abdomen; 3-4. Answers will vary. (Page 8) Insect Body Parts. 1. head; 2. antennae; 3. abdomen; 4. mouth; 5. thorax; 6. legs. (Page 9) Insects A-Z. 1. head, thorax, abdomen; 2. a million; 3. Answers will vary.

What a Nose! (Bats) (Life Science - Animals)
ANSWERS: What a Nose! 1. long-nosed bat. 2. horseshoe bat. 3. tube-nosed bat. 4. hog-nosed bat. 5. sword-nosed bat. 6. leaf-nosed bat.

Mixing Colors (Physical Science)
ANSWERS: (Page 15): red + green = brown; green + blue = dark green; blue + yellow = green; red + yellow = orange; blue + red = lavendar or purple; yellow + green = light green. (Page 16) See previous combinations for answers to the color chart. Red + Green + Yellow = amber/brown. Green + Blue + Red = blue/brown. Red + Blue + Green + Yellow = green/brown. Note: These colors may vary, depending on the amount of coloring added to the water.

How Does Your Garden Grow? (Life Science - Plants)

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