Reading things very carefully are paramount to being able to replicate a procedure in a laboratory. You need to pay close attention to every little detail and find the exact nook and cranny that each detail falls into. Reading in the content area is often overlooked by many language arts teachers. This collection of printable reading worksheets all covers key areas of study in science. They make for great practice. All of the worksheets found here cross into the Science core standards as well. You will find that this area will grow month to month.
Amphibians- We learn about these often misunderstood creatures.
Biomes- We take look at the different divisions of the Earth's surface.
Chemical Bonds- Students learn different types of bonds and the nature of them.
Coronavirus (COVID-19)- We look at the global and local impact of the virus.
Electric Cars- We take a look at the technology and the future of the electric car industry.
Electromagnets- Learn how an electric current effects the relative power of a magnet.
Epidemics and Pandemics- This is a truly relevant topic for everyone right now. We will be tested again. This is where teachers can take pride in educating our future generation that will be combatting this for us in the future.
Flight- A look at all different forms of air transportation. From airplanes to hot air balloons.
Food and Nutrition- We look at how organisms take in food and what they do with it once it is inside.
Food Chains- Learn about the flow of energy through a biological system.
Forms of Energy- A look at traditional and alternative energy sources.
Gravity- I have been in an epic battle with gravity since I was in High School.
Insects- Truly dominate many parts of the Earth.
Level of Organization - Help students understand how living things and their parts are classified.
Light and Colors- We look at this electromagnetic radiation and the colors it can give off.
Mammals- More than five-thousand mammal species inhabit the planet.
Newton's Laws of Motion- The three laws of motion really translates to all sciences.
Nuclear Energy- We look at the energy given off by the fissure of an atom and the fusion of two atoms.
Photosynthesis- The process of making energy from sunlight.
Radioactivity- The energized particles that damage human tissue and power our electricity.
Reptiles- Often confused with amphibians, we are here to set the record straight.
Rocks and Minerals- Did you know that mud and sand are actually rocks?
Science Mad Libs- A fun grammar activity centered around a science theme.
Solar Energy- We look at how humans are learning to harvest and use the energy of the sun to power their own devices.
Sound- Students explore all aspects of sound waves and applications.
Space and Solar System- A little out of this world, if you would.
Time Zones- Learn about the history of different time zones.
Wildfires- An exploration of how they start and how they can be prevented.
Wind Energy- Students learn about this renewable resource and how it is used.