Science Printables

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Otter loves science. It's his very favorite subject. Here are some science printables I've created!

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All printables in this section require free Adobe Acrobat Reader .

Click here for free BOTANY printables - they are in my free homeschool botany curriculum section.

I also have some biology printables in the biology curriculum section of my website.


Items with a $ by them can be purchased in my online store. Scroll down for the freebies!

Water Cycle Wheel $ This super cute water cycle wheel also comes with a booklet of facts!
Solid liquid gas printable activity

$ Solid, Liquid, Gas - Printable Activity

Show your students how the atoms in solids, liquids, and gases are packed into the different states of matter with this fun and interactive printable!

Science of Seasons Activity book

$ The Science of Seasons Activities book

Join Abigail, Henry, Grace, and their lively Fox Terrier, Beowulf, in this companion activity book to The Science of Seasons!

Far more than a typical activity book, The Science of Seasons Learn-and-Play Activities book contains a highly varied assortment of cross-curricular lessons and projects, which will engage children on many different levels. You get over 100 pages stuffed full of engaging things to learn and do that expand on the topics in The Science of Seasons. Kids can bring to life the lessons they are learning with character cutouts and playsets, fill out the make your own comic templates, and create a globe of the earth for fun experiments. Some of the activities and lessons include:

  • Art projects
  • Copywork assignments
  • Cutout playsets and figures
  • Dot-to-dot
  • Geography
  • Greek & Latin roots
  • Lapbook style cutouts
  • Language & culture study
  • Make your own comic book templates and cutouts
  • Mazes
  • Science
  • Spelling
  • Vocabulary activities and cutout cards
  • ..and much more!

Click here for a PDF list of topics, activities, and learning points that are featured in The Science of Seasons Learn-and-Play Activities book.

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Here are the FREEBIES!!

Copper plate a nail experiment

Copper plate a nail experiment

Edible DNA project

Make an edible model of DNA project

Click here to go to our nutrition lapbook page.

Microscope lab printable

Printable Microscope lab sheet
This printable is for your microscope lab. Two circles with light gray grids are provided for drawings and there is a lined area for notes and observations.

Dissection lab printable

Dissection lab printable
Use this printable to write-up and illustrate your dissection labs.

Science experiment printable
This 2 page printable is for generic science experiments. There is room for drawing and prompts for a hypothesis, materials used, procedure, observations and conclusion. There are also two small follow up questions with yes/no bubbles at the end.

(page 2 of the science experiment printable)


Vertebrate and Invertebrate Picture Cards:
Use these picture cards for practice in classifying animals, for pointing out the differences between vertebrates and invertebrates or for a homemade science game. You can also print the cards out as pages for a nature notebook.

Symbols courtesy of the Integration and Application Network (, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science.


Classification Cards: Kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species

I created these cut out cards to practice putting classification labels in the correct order. I will be creating specific activities to use with the cards that feature the same color coding. You can use these cards to help your students get a better understanding of the classification of animals.

These cards are color coded to match the labels in the Real Science-4-Kids biology book.

You can also use this page to place the cards from the printables below over or beside each rectangle.

Practice classification using these cards. They are color coded to match the cards in the printable above so students know which label is a kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus or species name. There is also a "check" card so students can check their work (especially if the cards get "mixed up"). Click the following animal names in the table below for a printable that looks similar to the one on the left. Students can compare the animal cards to see the similarities and differences in classification names.




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