Year 2 Science Printable Worksheets

Our year 2 science worksheets cover the core areas of the science curriculum including physical processes, uses of everyday materials, plants and animals, and much more. Your child will have fun learning about the life cycle of a butterfly and understanding basic circuits. We also have word searches related to force and movement, materials, and healthy foods.

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Dinosaur diets - Information cards

Dinosaur diets - Information cards

Children will love these colourful dinosaur information cards. They are fully printable and each card has a colourful fun illustration of the dinosaur and the type of diet each dinosaur had. Children will learn which dinosaurs were carnivores, which dinosaurs were herbivores, and which dinosaurs were omnivores. Use them for a fun activity, for revision, or simply just as information cards or posters. There are 15 dinosaurs included in this set.

Age: 6 - 7
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Y2 Animals, including humans vocabulary cards

Y2 Animals, including humans vocabulary cards

This set of colourful vocabulary cards are a great way of introducing scientific vocabulary to your pupils. You can display them in your classroom or use them as a fun matching activity. This set includes 7 pages of vocabulary cards that are associated with Animals including humans. They will help children recognise key words for this topic and improve their vocabulary and spelling.

Age: 6 - 7
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Tree climbers word search

Tree climbers word search

The animals hidden in this word search are good tree climbers. Can your students find all of the animals?

Age: 6 - 7
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Seals spot the difference

Seals spot the difference

This fun memory game is a great brain exercise and challenges students to find out what's different in one picture from the other. This resource can be used as a fun activity to support your teaching of Living things and their habitats to Year 2 pupils.

Age: 6 - 7
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Animals spot the difference

Animals spot the difference

This fun memory game is a great brain exercise and challenges students to find out what's different in one picture from the other. This resource can be used as a fun activity to support your teaching of Living things and their habitats to Year 2 pupils.

Age: 6 - 7
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Polar bear spot the difference

Polar bear spot the difference

This fun memory game is a great brain exercise and challenges students to find out what's different in one picture from the other. This resource can be used as a fun activity to support your teaching of Living things and their habitats to Year 2 pupils.

Age: 6 - 7
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Y2 Living things and their habitats word search

Y2 Living things and their habitats word search

This word search includes vocabulary words that are associated with Year 2 Living things and their habitats. They will help children recognise key words for this topic and improve their vocabulary and spelling.

Age: 6 - 7
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Uses of everyday materials word search

Uses of everyday materials word search

A fun activity that can be used when teaching students about the topic of everyday uses of materials. Students find all of the vocabulary words associated with everyday materials. Word searches are a great activity to improve vocabulary, memory, and spelling.

Age: 6 - 7
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Y2 Living things and their habitats vocabulary cards

Y2 Living things and their habitats vocabulary cards

This set of colourful vocabulary cards are a great way of introducing scientific vocabulary to your pupils. You can display them in your classroom or use them as a fun matching activity. This set includes 7 pages of vocabulary cards that are associated with Living things and their habitats. They will help children recognise key words for this topic and improve their vocabulary and spelling.

Age: 6 - 7
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Trees flashcards

Trees flashcards

These helpful flashcards will help children recognise some beautiful common trees. This set of flashcards includes colourful photographs of an oak tree, beech tree, chestnut tree, ash tree, sycamore tree, and a willow tree. This resource can be used with the whole class or as an individual activity. Each flashcard also includes some fun facts for children to learn!

Age: 6 - 7
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Common flowers and plants flashcards

Common flowers and plants flashcards

These helpful flashcards will help children recognise some beautiful flowers and plants. This set of flashcards includes colourful photographs of daffodils, roses, bluebells, daisies, buttercups, sunflowers, tulips, primroses, ivy, poppies, snowdrops, lilies, pansies, and cacti. This resource can be used with the whole class or as an individual activity. Each flashcard also includes some fun facts for children to learn!

Age: 6 - 7
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Y2 Uses of everyday materials assessment

Y2 Uses of everyday materials assessment

This assessment paper can be used to test your child's knowledge of the science unit - Uses of everyday materials.

Age: 6 - 7
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Y2 Animals, including humans assessment

Y2 Animals, including humans assessment

This assessment paper can be used to test your child's knowledge of the science unit - Animals, including humans.

Age: 6 - 7
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Y2 Plants assessment

Y2 Plants assessment

This assessment paper can be used to test your child's knowledge of the science unit - Plants.

Age: 6 - 7
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Y2 Living things and their habitats assessment

Y2 Living things and their habitats assessment

This assessment paper can be used to test your child's knowledge of the science unit - Living things and their habitats.

Age: 6 - 7
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Seeds and bulbs

Seeds and bulbs

Seeds and bulbs have a food store inside of them for the young plant to use. Some seeds and bulbs do not need light to germinate. This science worksheet can be used when teaching children about the topic of plants.

Age: 6 - 7
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Seed or bulb?

Seed or bulb?

Bulbs are planted by digging holes in the ground and seeds are usually sown. Children name each plant and find out if they started as a bulb or a seed.

Age: 6 - 7
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Plant life cycle - Ordering activity

Plant life cycle - Ordering activity

Children learn and order the stages of the life cycle of a plant by writing 1, 2, and 3.

Age: 6 - 7
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What does a plant need?

What does a plant need?

Plants need warmth, light, water, and nutrients to grow. Children learn what a plant needs to be healthy and answer the questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Garden plants

Garden plants

Think of the types of plants that grow in a garden such as flowering plants, trees, vegetables, and shrubs. What types of plants would you grow in your own garden? Children name and draw six plants in each of the boxes below.

Age: 6 - 7
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Common plants

Common plants

This fun science activity on plants asks children to draw and colour a picture of each common plant.

Age: 6 - 7
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Naming animals

Naming animals

A fun creative thinking exercise for students. They must think of five animals for each number.

Age: 6 - 7
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Naming vegetables

Naming vegetables

Children identify and write the names of the vegetables on the lines provided.

Age: 6 - 7
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Plants need water

Plants need water

Children look at the seedlings after 7 days and answer the questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Plant parts: Roots

Plant parts: Roots

Roots are a very important part of the plant. They anchor the plant to the ground. They also soak up water and minerals from the soil which then travel up the stem to the leaves. Children name root vegetables and complete the missing words activity.

Age: 6 - 7
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Plants cloze activity

Plants cloze activity

This cloze activity asks children to fill in the missing words about plants to complete the sentences.

Age: 6 - 7
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Which foods come from plants?

Which foods come from plants?

Children look at the different foods and write them in the correct box depending on whether they come from a plant or not.

Age: 6 - 7
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Describing materials

Describing materials

This science worksheet can be used when teaching the topic - Uses of everyday materials. Children think of three words to describe the objects.

Age: 6 - 7
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Materials

Materials

Different objects are made from different materials to make them useful. Children look at the objects and write what material they are made from and why this material is used.

Age: 6 - 7
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Plants we can eat

Plants we can eat

A simple science worksheet where children name the fruits and colour the seeds of the fruit.

Age: 6 - 7
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Parts of a plant matching activity

Parts of a plant matching activity

Children draw a line to match the parts of a plant to the pictures.

Age: 6 - 7
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Human life cycle

Human life cycle

Children are asked to complete the human life cycle by putting the words in the correct order.

Age: 6 - 7
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Links of the food chain

Links of the food chain

Children are asked to think about the different links in a food chain. What does every food chain start with? Who is at the top of the food chain? Students name five different organisms and write them in the correct column: producer, consumer, prey, and predator.

Age: 6 - 7
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Food chain questions

Food chain questions

Students answer the questions about food chains and are asked to draw and label their own food chain.

Age: 6 - 7
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Food chains

Food chains

This fun activity can be used as an introduction to learning about food chains. Students learn about the different parts of a simple food chain and answer the questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Lions comprehension

Lions comprehension

This activity will help a child's reading skills and teach them some fun facts about lions! Students read through the facts and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Blue whales comprehension

Blue whales comprehension

This activity will help a child's reading skills and teach them some fun facts about enormous blue whales! Students read through the facts and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Zebras comprehension

Zebras comprehension

This activity will help a child's reading skills and teach them some fun facts about zebras! Students read through the facts and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Leopards comprehension

Leopards comprehension

This activity will help a child's reading skills and teach them some fun facts about leopards! Students read through the facts and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Gorillas comprehension

Gorillas comprehension

This activity will help a child's reading skills and teach them some fun facts about gorillas! Students read through the facts and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Meerkats comprehension

Meerkats comprehension

This activity will help a child's reading skills and teach them some fun facts about cute, little meerkats! Students read through the facts and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Elephants reading comprehension

Elephants reading comprehension

This activity will help a child's reading skills and teach them some fun facts about elephants! Students read through the facts and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Tigers reading comprehension

Tigers reading comprehension

This activity will help a child's reading skills and teach them some fun facts about tigers! Students read through the facts and answer the multiple-choice questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Living, non-living, or once living sorting activity

Living, non-living, or once living sorting activity

Students look at the living, once living, and non-living things and decide if they are alive, were alive, or have never been alive and put them in the correct column. Remember, non-living things that were once alive were part of a living thing, like a leaf.

Age: 6 - 7
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Characteristics of living things

Characteristics of living things

Children use MRS GREN to help them remember the characteristics of living things. Students read through the characteristics of living things and then decide whether the sentences are true or false.

Age: 6 - 7
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Living or non-living things?

Living or non-living things?

All living things need air to stay alive. Living things use energy, move and change shape. They take in food and get rid of waste, and they reproduce (have babies). Non-living things do not eat, grow, breathe, move, or reproduce. Non-living things are not alive so they won't die. This sorting activity asks students to put the living and non-living things in the correct column.

Age: 6 - 7
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A balanced diet

A balanced diet

Which foods should we eat plenty of? Which foods should we eat occasionally? This sorting activity is great for children to identify healthy foods and unhealthy foods. Students look at the different foods and drinks and put them in what they think is the right column.

Age: 6 - 7
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Draw a healthy meal

Draw a healthy meal

This science activity asks students to draw a healthy meal and answer the accompanying questions.

Age: 6 - 7
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In year 2 science, your child will be learning everything from plants and animals to electricity and materials. Use our year 2 science worksheets to encourage your child's curiosity and boost their excitement about all areas of science.

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