Second Grade Science Life Science WorksheetsBack
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- Your Tongue
Did you know that your tongue is one of the strongest muscles in your body? Tickle your learning taste buds with this worksheet all about your tongue.
- Animal Camouflage
Animals need to adapt to survive! Teach your child how some animals can blend with their surroundings using camouflage.
- Healthy Eating: Fill in the Food Pyramid
Your child is sure to boost categorization skills as she splits up the foods she's eaten this week into different food groups on this drawing sheet.
- Lobster Facts
Young readers will love digging into this passage's cool lobster facts, and they'll get a nice reading comprehension workout in the process.
- Food from Trees
What delicious treats do we receive from trees? Your child can draw their favorite tree-provided snacks in this cute drawing worksheet.
- Life Cycle of a Kangaroo
Hop this way for some marsupial madness! Your child can learn about the life cycle of a kangaroo, and how marsupials differ from mammals.
- Life Cycle of a Turtle
Did you know that baby turtles are born all alone on the beach? Learn about the life cycle of a turtle with this life science worksheet.
- Rainforest Coloring Page
Track down some of the most famous animals of the Amazon -- and other places -- with this rainforest coloring page that doubles as a life-science lesson.
- Stingray Facts
Young readers will love digging into this passage's cool stingray facts, and they'll get a nice reading comprehension workout in the process.
- Life Cycle of a Dragonfly
Did you know that insects like dragonflies have life cycles that are very similar to our own? Help your little scientist get to know the circle of life.
- Science Vocabulary Word Search
This science vocabulary activity is packed with basic science vocabulary words to help the youngest kids warm up to scientific concepts.
- How Does It Grow? Lettuce
As kids cut and pastes the pictures in the right places on this life science sheet, they learn a little about the process lettuce goes through as it grows.
- Catfish Facts
Young readers will love digging into this passage's cool catfish facts, and they'll get a nice reading comprehension workout in the process.
- What's Recyclable?
Teaching kids what's recyclable and what's not is more important than ever. Give your kids the recycling lowdown with this activity-packed printable.
- With and Without a Picture: Olm
The olm is a blind salamander that lives in Europe. Kids will learn how pictures help illustrate concepts with this life science worksheet.
- Jaguar Facts
Jaguars eat deer? Wow. Alligators, too? Are you kidding? What don't they eat? There's way more to learn about these intriguing eaters in this cool worksheet.
- Food and Natural Resources
This worksheet featuring food and natural resources touches on the subject of food chains.
- Variation in Animals: Life Science Learning
This worksheet helps kids understand variations in animals and how the same kind, or species, can sometimes look different from each other.
- Fact or Opinion: The Blobfish and More
Fact: This worksheet is about unusual animals from all over the world. Opinion: This is the best fact and opinion worksheet ever!
- Tree Word Search
Discover the many different kinds of conifer and deciduous trees as you complete this word search!
- Pictures Have a Lot to Say: Big Ears
Both of these animals have big ears! Your child will look at the pictures of unusual animals in this worksheet and try to learn some new things about them.
- Stegosaurus Facts
This spikey Stegosaurus looks fierce, but don't worry -- he's a vegetarian! Learn all about this massive dinosaur with a fun fact sheet.
- Life Cycle of a Mouse
Mammals come in all shapes and sizes - as big as a human or as small as a mouse! Learn about the life cycle of a mouse with this cut and paste activity.
- Facts and Opinions: Goliath Birdeater
The Goliath birdeater is a spider that lives in South America. Your child will read a paragraph about spider before writing an opinion sentence.