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Introducing our engaging Physical Science worksheets, specially designed for curious young minds aged 4-5. Dive into a world where fun meets education, and watch your child embark on an exciting journey of discovery. Each worksheet is crafted to captivate and challenge, ensuring a perfect blend of learning and enjoyment. From exploring the basics of matter to understanding the forces around us, our collection provides a solid foundation in Physical Science for Ages 4-5. With easy-to-follow instructions and vibrant illustrations, these worksheets promise to spark a love for science in your little one, setting the stage for a lifetime of learning.


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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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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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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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Earth's Systems: Assessment 1
Earth's Systems: Assessment 1

Earth's Systems: Assessment 1

Check your child's knowledge of weather basics with this quick printable worksheet! Using colorful pictures, instruct them to determine which thermometer shows a hotter reading and if water would be warmer in the sun or under clouds. Encourage kids to identify types of weather on the bottom of the page. Assess their readiness to move on!
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Force and Interactions: Assessment 2 Worksheet
Force and Interactions: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Force and Interactions: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Help your child see the difference between push and pull with this fun worksheet. Ask them to match each picture to the right group. The "push" is on the left and the "pull" is on the right. Assist them in tracing the activities and explain what it is the people are doing.
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Force and Interactions: Assessment 2 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: Assessment 1 Worksheet
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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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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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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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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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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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Push or Pull Sorting Worksheet
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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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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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Which Direction Will it Go? Worksheet
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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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Down it Goes Worksheet
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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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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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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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Rainy Day Printable Maze
Rainy Day Printable Maze

Rainy Day Maze Worksheet

Help your child use critical and problem solving skills to choose the right items! With this fun rainy day worksheet, they'll have a blast helping the character in the maze while learning about weather. Let’s get started!
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Water Cycle Worksheet
Water Cycle Worksheet

The Water Cycle Worksheet

Kids love science because it sparks their curiosity, so use this worksheet to introduce them to earth science and build a strong foundation for future learning.
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Physical Science worksheets tailored for Ages 4-5 serve as a crucial foundation in sparking early interest and comprehension in the natural world. These age-appropriate materials are meticulously designed to introduce young learners to basic concepts of physics and chemistry in a manner that is both engaging and understandable.

The utility of Physical Science worksheets for this age group lies in their ability to transform abstract scientific principles into manageable, interactive activities. By working through these worksheets, children can begin to grasp fundamental ideas such as gravity, matter, energy, and simple chemical reactions through fun, hands-on experiments and observations. This not only enhances their cognitive development but also encourages critical thinking and problem-solving skills from a tender age.

Moreover, these worksheets are instrumental in developing a child's observation and inquiry skills. As they engage with the material, they learn to ask questions, predict outcomes, and draw conclusions based on their experiences. This active learning approach ensures that the concepts of Physical Science become more than just words to memorize; they become real-world phenomena that children can explore and understand.

In summary, Physical Science worksheets for Ages 4-5 are not just educational tools; they are gateways to curiosity, fostering a lifelong love for science by making learning tangible, exciting, and accessible right from the start.