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Science Work Sheet Library K-2

Ready-to-use Worksheets from Teacher Created Resources (Grades K-2)

The language arts worksheets below have been selected from the resources of Teacher Created Resources and are teacher-ready, printable activities. The worksheets below are appropriate for students in Grades K-2. 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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