# Physical Science Worksheets for Ages 5-9 - Page 2

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## 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

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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## Engineering a Solution: Comparing Pros and Cons Worksheet

Help our little engineers assist the engineer in making a decision! They will solve the equations using greater than, less than, and equal to, and then decide the best solution for the problem using the pros and cons of each.
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## Moon Phases Worksheet

Gaze up at the night sky and the moon's appearance may change from night to night. Encourage your child to learn more about the sun, the moon, and space with this science worksheet. Have them read the text then study the picture. Finally, read the sentences and check the answers to identify the moon's phases.
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## 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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## Forces and Interactions Worksheet For 3rd Grade

Review forces and interactions with your 3rd grader! This worksheet helps them recall key concepts like static, magnetic attraction, and pull. Repetition through similar illustrations from previous worksheets aids comprehension of the topic before moving on to other fun physics topics.
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## Forces and Interactions Printable

Test your child's physics know-how with this vibrant forces and interactions printable worksheet! Kids can assess their understanding of the different types of forces while they complete it. Read each example and check the boxes to show what they know!
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## Balanced or Unbalanced Science Worksheet

Check out the kids on the worksheet. Is the force equal or unbalanced? This science worksheet helps little learners evaluate forces and understand physics - in a fun way! Have them explore the forces behind movement and see the results!
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## Balanced Forces Worksheet

Ready for a fun game? This worksheet will balance the forces so your kids can decide who will win their tug of war! With the right number of kids on each side of the rope, the forces will be equal. Help your little ones decide who will prevail in the game. Ready, set, go!
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## Repel and Attract Magnet Worksheet

Opposites attract in magnetism! Try this magnet worksheet to review the laws. Draw a line to show the effect when poles align. Then explore static electricity, and how it affects clothes at home.
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## Static or Magnetic Printable Worksheet

Ever wondered if a situation involved static or magnetic force? This printable worksheet has the answer! Read the scenarios and check out the illustrations to decide which force is in play for each. Learn about these two amazing forces with this fun activity!
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## Pendulum Experiment Worksheet For 3rd Grade

Time to flex those science muscles! A pendulum's speed depends on its string length. Complete this 3rd grade pendulum experiment worksheet and experiment with a yo-yo at home! Read the description to answer the questions correctly.
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## Light and Sound: Assessment 2 Worksheet

This worksheet introduces your kids to light and sound, with common sources of each. Identify the objects and help them check if it's a light source, a sound source, or both. Colourful and simple, it's a great way to teach your little ones! (80 words)
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## Light and Sound: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Can your kids name a light source? Challenge them to name the sun and moon, then point out objects they use when the sun sets. Look through the worksheet with them and ask them to identify the light sources. Help them check off the correct answers.
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## Noisy Maze Worksheet

Have your kids name some objects that make noise? Then, look at the worksheet with them and help them identify each object. Guide them through the maze, following the sound-producing pictures.
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## Light Sources and Shadows Worksheet

During the day, the sun radiates bright light. At night, when it's time for bed, the sun sets and darkness takes over. To light our way, we use other sources of light. With your students, trace the dotted lines around the pictures of light sources and check the boxes under the objects that will cast shadows.
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## Light to Communicate Worksheet

We can use lights to communicate effectively, like we use sounds. Ask your kids for examples and then help them tick off the pictures of light sources in the worksheet. This exercise will help them understand how light can be used to communicate.
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## Sounds to Communicate Worksheet

Sounds are important for communication. Ask your students to name sounds people, animals and things make. Then, review this worksheet with them and see if they can identify the activities. Ask them to circle examples of sounds used to communicate.
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## Will It Make a Shadow? Worksheet

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## Sources of Light Worksheet

Help your child explore sources of light with this printout exercise. Ask them if they know the sun is the reason for day and night. Then point out other common light sources, then work together to guide them through the maze from start to finish.
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## Is It a Light Source? Worksheet

This worksheet is a fun way to teach kids about light sources. Children must identify natural sources like the sun and lightning, and man-made sources such as candles and lamps. Ask them to look at each object and check the box to indicate if it's a light source or not.
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## Vibrations and Sounds Worksheet

Many objects, creatures, and things make sounds. People talk, animals bark, hiss or meow, and things make sounds too. Ask your students to name others that produce sounds and why they do, such as when a drum is hit with a stick. Get them to learn about vibrations and cause/effect in this fun worksheet and check the answers.
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## Sounds Are Everywhere! Worksheet

Ask your students to recall objects that make sound. Then, help them identify the sources of sound in the pictures of this worksheet.
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## Matter: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Identify the five objects in this worksheet as either solid or liquid. Ask your kids to check the correct box. Melting changes solids to liquids while freezing transforms liquids to solids.
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