Year 3 Science Printable Worksheets

Spark your mini Einstein's curiosity with our fun and engaging year 3 science worksheets. From characteristics of materials, rocks and soils, to fun facts about forces, we've got everything you need to help reinforce learning in a practical (and fun) way!

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Y3 Animals, including humans assessment

Y3 Animals, including humans assessment

This year 3 science assessment paper can be used to test your child's knowledge of the science unit - Animals, including humans.

Age: 7 - 8
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Muscles and bones

Muscles and bones

The soft parts of our body are called muscles and the hard, stiff parts of our body are called bones. This activity is all about muscles and bones. Students read through the information and answer the questions.

Age: 7 - 8
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Skeleton word search

Skeleton word search

Children will love this fun word search all about the skeleton! Word searches are a great activity to improve vocabulary, memory, and spelling.

Age: 7 - 8
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Digestive system word search

Digestive system word search

Children will love this fun word search all about the digestive system! Word searches are a great activity to improve vocabulary, memory, and spelling.

Age: 7 - 8
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Teeth and digestion questions

Teeth and digestion questions

This activity is all about the digestive system. Students read through the text and then answer the accompanying multiple-choice questions.

Age: 7 - 8
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Teeth and eating - Cloze exercise

Teeth and eating - Cloze exercise

This cloze activity can be used as an extra resource when teaching the topic Teeth and Eating. Children read the sentences and fill in the missing words from the word bank.

Age: 7 - 8
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Teeth - Fact sheet

Teeth - Fact sheet

Year 3 Science - Unit 3A: Teeth and eating. A fact sheet all about teeth. This can be used as a worksheet or as an extra resource.

Age: 7 - 8
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Healthy eating fact sheet

Healthy eating fact sheet

Healthy eating fact sheet.

Age: 7 - 8
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Label the teeth in the jaw

Label the teeth in the jaw

Students are asked to label the diagram of a tooth. They can use the 'Diagram of the jaw' information sheet to help them.

Age: 7 - 8
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Diagram of the jaw

Diagram of the jaw

This diagram of the jaw can be used when teaching children about teeth. You can also use this sheet to help students label the diagram of the next page - 'Label the jaw' worksheet.

Age: 7 - 8
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Label the tooth

Label the tooth

Students are asked to label the diagram of a tooth. They can use the 'Inside of a tooth diagram' information sheet to help them.

Age: 7 - 8
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Inside of a tooth diagram

Inside of a tooth diagram

This diagram can be used when teaching students about the structure of a tooth.

Age: 7 - 8
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Teeth word search

Teeth word search

Children will love this fun, word search activity that is all about teeth. Word searches are a great activity to improve vocabulary, memory, and spelling.

Age: 7 - 8
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Teeth and eating test

Teeth and eating test

This teeth and eating test can be used to test a child's knowledge and see the areas that they might need more help and the areas where they are excelling.

Age: 7 - 8
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Vegetarian

Vegetarian

Students learn about vegetarianism and create a healthy lunch and dinner that is suitable for a vegetarian.

Age: 7 - 8
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Looking after our teeth

Looking after our teeth

Students read about the importance of looking after our teeth and keeping them healthy to prevent disease and infection. There are six questions for students to answer.

Age: 7 - 8
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Animals and their teeth

Animals and their teeth

Animals that eat only meat are called carnivores. Animals that eat only plants are called herbivores. The shape of an animal's teeth tells us what kind of food it eats. Students read through the text and answer the questions.

Age: 7 - 8
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Teeth

Teeth

Children will enjoy this science activity that is all about teeth! Students read through the text and answer the questions.

Age: 7 - 8
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Energy and growth

Energy and growth

This worksheet asks children which foods give them energy and which foods help their growth.

Age: 7 - 8
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Healthy menu

Healthy menu

Students number the menus 1 - 3, 1 being the healthiest, and then draw a healthy packed lunch in the lunch box.

Age: 7 - 8
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Food groups

Food groups

Food group activity. Students are asked to look at the different food groups and list two different foods for each group.

Age: 7 - 8
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Healthy Meal

Healthy Meal

Year 3 Science - Unit 3A: Teeth and eating.

Age: 7 - 8
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Good exercise

Good exercise

This colourful activity asks children to circle the pictures that they think are a healthy form of exercise.

Age: 7 - 8
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What we eat

What we eat

This worksheet helps children to understand the importance of eating healthy foods.

Age: 7 - 8
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Help develop your child's scientific knowledge with our year 3 science printables

Help develop your child's scientific knowledge with our colourful year 3 science worksheets. Your child will learn the difference between igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, find out which materials are magnetic and which are not, notice that light is reflected from surfaces, and more!

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One of the best things about printable worksheets is that they make learning fun and easy. Explore our educational resources based on Year 3 Science and keep your children learning through these fun and engaging exercises.

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Our Year 3 Science printable worksheets are designed for progressive learning. Our engaging content enables a child to learn at their own speed and gain confidence quickly. When we help a child believe in themselves, we empower them for life.

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Printable worksheets are a great way to enhance creativity and improve a child’s knowledge. Help your child learn more about Year 3 Science with this great selection of worksheets designed to help children succeed.

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