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Introducing our meticulously designed Normal Physical Science Worksheets, tailored exclusively for young learners aged 4-5. This engaging collection of activities is crafted to ignite curiosity and foster a foundational understanding of physical science concepts in a fun and accessible manner. It's the perfect blend of learning and play, with each worksheet carefully curated to suit the developmental stage of your child. Watch as they explore the wonders of the physical world, from the basics of matter to the principles of movement and energy. Our Normal Physical Science for Ages 4-5 worksheets are your child's first step into a lifelong journey of scientific discovery and wonder.


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Worksheet: States of Matter
Worksheet: States of Matter

Physical Science: States of Matter Worksheet

Kids must identify a substance as solid, liquid, or gas to master physical science. Help them understand elements in the world with this engaging worksheet!
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Force and Interactions: Assessment 1 Worksheet
Force and Interactions: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Force and Interactions: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Test your students' knowledge of pushing, pulling, ramps and wind with this worksheet. The first task requires them to identify push or pull pictures. The second asks them to identify a ramp and the third to explain which direction a ball will move when exposed to wind.
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Force and Interactions: Review 2 Worksheet
Force and Interactions: Review 2 Worksheet

Force and Interactions: Review 2 Worksheet

Your child can identify force examples by checking the pictures. There are 8 images of kids engaging in activities and objects in motion. Get them to name the activities and objects, or if they know, explain force and interaction.
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Worksheet: Sink or Float
Worksheet: Sink or Float

Sink or Float Printable

They'll learn why some things stay on the surface and others sink to the bottom. (80 words)
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Force and Interactions: Review 1 Worksheet
Force and Interactions: Review 1 Worksheet

Force and Interactions: Review 1 Worksheet

See how well your child can identify the different forces. Explain to your child that force is what causes objects to move, such as wind blowing a branch or an object going down a ramp. Ask them to circle images that show a force and assess how well they can identify them.
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Going up or Down? Worksheet
Going up or Down? Worksheet

Going up or Down? Worksheet

Young students learn the concept of up and down with this geometry worksheet. They trace lines to identify relative positioning as an object travels. Kids can use position words to describe an object's movement, enhancing their spatial relationship skills - an important geometry foundation.
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Over or Under? Worksheet
Over or Under? Worksheet

Over or Under? Worksheet

Math for young kids isn't just about numbers and counting, but also spatial concepts like geometry. This worksheet helps students learn "over" and "under" by tracing the movement of caterpillars and butterflies. Downloadable for free, it's an effective teaching tool for early learners.
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Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet
Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet

Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet

Explain to your students: when objects are blown by wind, they will move in the opposite direction. In the worksheet, there are pictures of wind sources and objects being blown by the wind. Ask your child to identify and check the direction each object will move.
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Ramps Worksheet
Ramps Worksheet

Ramps Worksheet

If your child has seen a ramp, they'll find this worksheet easy. A ramp is sloped for objects to move quickly downwards. The printout has images of objects on different ramps. Ask your child to identify which object will move faster.
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Push or Pull Sorting Worksheet
Push or Pull Sorting Worksheet

Push or Pull Sorting Worksheet

Show your child the pictures in this worksheet. Ask them to tell you what each child is doing. Then, ask them to identify whether it's an example of pushing or pulling. Ask if they know what these terms mean and if they can provide examples.
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Ramps All Around us Worksheet
Ramps All Around us Worksheet

Ramps All Around us Worksheet

Ask your kids if they know what ramps are, then have them give you examples of places they've seen them. This worksheet has pictures of ramps - have your child identify and circle them.
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In Front or Behind: Part 2 Worksheet
In Front or Behind: Part 2 Worksheet

In Front or Behind: Part 2 Worksheet

Teach positional words "front" and "behind" with this fun worksheet! Students identify where the squirrel is in relation to the object - in front or behind. It's a great exercise to practice early geometry skills and understanding object movement.
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Will it Move? Worksheet
Will it Move? Worksheet

Will it Move? Worksheet

Does your child know about force? If yes/no, this worksheet can help. Force is invisible - like wind - but it moves objects. Ask your child to complete the maze, following the path of items moved by the wind. 80 words.
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Down it Goes Worksheet
Down it Goes Worksheet

Down it Goes Worksheet

Explain gravity to your child using this fun worksheet. Ask them to give examples of things pulled down with force, then instruct them to circle the pictures that show this. It's a great way to help them understand the concept of gravity.
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Energy sources worksheet PDF
Energy sources worksheet PDF

Energy Sources Printable

Introduce energy sources with this worksheet PDF — explore the sun, batteries, and more! Get your mini scientist excited about energy and power up their learning.
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Normal Physical Science worksheets for Ages 4-5 are an indispensable tool in the early childhood education toolkit. At this pivotal age, children are naturally curious about the world around them, and these worksheets serve to channel that curiosity in productive and educational ways. They are designed with the developmental needs and capabilities of 4-5-year-olds in mind, making science both accessible and engaging for young learners.

One of the most significant benefits of Normal Physical Science worksheets for Ages 4-5 is their role in fostering foundational scientific literacy. By introducing basic scientific concepts through age-appropriate activities, children begin to develop an understanding of the natural world that surrounds them. These worksheets cover a range of topics, from exploring the properties of water to understanding the basics of light and shadow, all tailored to stimulate young minds and encourage a love for science early on.

Moreover, these worksheets are not just about imparting knowledge; they are also about developing critical thinking and observational skills. By engaging in hands-on activities, children learn to make observations, predict outcomes, and draw conclusions, which are essential skills not just for science, but for all areas of learning.

In conclusion, Normal Physical Science worksheets for Ages 4-5 are a valuable resource for sparking an interest in science among young learners. They provide a solid foundation for scientific inquiry, encourage critical thinking, and make learning about the physical world an enjoyable and rewarding experience.