Year 4 Science Printable Worksheets

Your little scientist will have fun discovering new facts about bones and muscles, animal adaptations, different habitats, states of matter, circuits and conductors, and much more. We've got all the science resources you need to help reinforce learning in a practical (and fun) way!

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Sound vocabulary cards

Sound vocabulary cards

This colourful set of vocabulary cards can be used to help support your studies on the topic - Sound. This set of cards (20 words) covers the main vocabulary that students need to learn for this topic. Use them in a classroom display, or use them to help students with any writing tasks. This will help them to identify important words, improve their vocabulary, and is great to practise spelling.

Age: 8 - 9
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Y4 Sound assessment

Y4 Sound assessment

This year 4 science assessment paper can be used to test your child's knowledge of the science unit - Sound. There is a variety of questions for students to answer.

Age: 8 - 9
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Sound word search

Sound word search

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

Age: 8 - 9
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Describing sounds

Describing sounds

This science worksheet asks children to underline the correct words to describe the sounds that each thing makes.

Age: 8 - 9
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Sorting sounds activity

Sorting sounds activity

All musical instruments create sound. This science worksheet asks children to sort the musical instruments by writing them under the correct headings: Chordophones, idiophones, aerophones, and membranophones.

Age: 8 - 9
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Hearing sound

Hearing sound

What is sound frequency measured in? Can humans hear all sounds? Children read through the science worksheet and answer the questions.

Age: 8 - 9
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Measuring sound

Measuring sound

We measure sound in units called decibels. Decibels (dB) are named after Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone. Children through this science worksheet and answer the questions.

Age: 8 - 9
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What is sound?

What is sound?

Sound is a type of energy that is created by a vibrating object. We hear sounds when vibrations travel from a source through a medium to our ears. Children through the text and answer the questions.

Age: 8 - 9
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Creating sounds

Creating sounds

All musical instruments create sound. We can create sounds in many ways, like banging something together or twanging an elastic band. Children write pluck, bang, shake, or blow under each musical instrument.

Age: 8 - 9
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Sound facts cloze activity

Sound facts cloze activity

This science worksheet asks children to fill in the missing words to the sound facts using the word bank to help them.

Age: 8 - 9
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Spark your child's curiosity with our fun and engaging science printables

Your year 4 scientist will learn about the different states of matter and a range of physical processes such as forces. Support learning at home or in the classroom with our fun and engaging science worksheets that will be sure to spark your child's curiosity!

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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 4 Science and keep your children learning through these fun and engaging exercises.

Progress

Our Year 4 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 4 Science with this great selection of worksheets designed to help children succeed.

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