Preschool Science Activities
Science Activities for Preschoolers
You're never too old or too young to begin studying science. Now, children are starting to learn science concepts as preschoolers. Of course, you won't find them running around in lab coats with beakers and test tubes filled with colorful liquids, but you will find them learning and exploring the world around them. That's why it's so important to find free printable worksheets that are appropriate for teaching science to preschoolers. They need resources that are fun and educational at the same time. We think we've accomplished that here at FreePrintable.com. In fact, you'll find that our preschool worksheets cover a wide range of subjects. Our worksheets are all free to use and share. Don't be surprised if your preschoolers ask to do more science activities in the future after completing these!
Have Fun While Learning with Free Printable Preschool Worksheets
In order to get a preschooler's attention, you have to offer something fun. Learning shouldn't be boring, even as you get older! Games, coloring, and fun activities are all part of the learning experience in the preschool classroom. Here, you'll find worksheets for many different subjects and activities. For instance, there are several connect the dots activities to help students learn hand-eye coordination. Flashcards help them learn their numbers, and vivid worksheets help them learn the alphabet. We even have worksheets that are geared toward specific holidays like Halloween, Easter and Christmas. Our free printable preschool worksheets are great as an in-class activity but can also be sent home with the students to give resources for the parents to help their children. No matter where they're completed, though, your students are going to have lots of fun learning about the world around them.
Preschool Science Activities to Learn the Seasons
One concept that many preschoolers will need to learn is the seasons of the year. The different seasons correspond to different weather conditions and thus, different apparel. This preschool science activity covers both topics: seasons and clothing. Such a thing may seem unimportant because, after all, preschoolers are dressed by their parents. However, this is a good introduction to cause and effect relationships. Because the weather is cold, we wear coats, mittens and scarves. When the weather is warm, we'll wear bathing suits, Hawaiian shirts, floppy beach hats and flip-flops. When the weather is rainy, we need a raincoat and an umbrella. Although the worksheet asks for the apparel for only one of the seasons visible through the window, you can have your students identify all the seasons and the appropriate apparel. This colorful worksheet is a favorite on our site and is appropriate for children ages 3-5. If you need a black and white version, simply change your printer settings to grayscale or black and white.
Don't hesitate to teach young children about science. They may not understand the scientific method now, but they can be taught to observe their surroundings and to record or report what they've noticed.