Free printable science worksheets for preschool




Free Recycle or compost or reuse waste worksheetsFree activity sheets on Matter for preschool
kinds of brids children activity sheets
Different transport forms preschool activitiesLactivities for kindergartens
What plants need to surviveThe weather worksheets for children
The four seasons preschool activity worksheetsFive senses activities for preschool
Life stages activities for preschoolspreschool worksheets on living thingsPreschool worksheets on fruit and vegetablesPreschool worksheets on insects
Aquatic Animals Preschool Activity Sheets
Healthy foods kindergarten activity sheetsFree

Names of baby animals



RECOMMENDED SHEETS

NUMBERS

LETTERS
SHAPES
TIME
CRAFTS
GAMES
SOUNDS
PATTERNS
LABEL & COLOR
WORD PUZZLES

living things activity sheets


Animals and their young preschool sheets

Young animals preschool worksheet
Baby animals kindergarten activity sheet

Baby animal names preschool worksheet fun baby animals coloringworksheet

A baby duck is a duckling A baby cat is a kitten

A baby elephant is a calf A baby cow is a calf

A baby dog is a puppy A baby hen is a chick

A baby giraffe is a calf A baby deer is a fawn

A baby goat is a kid A baby sheep is a lamb

A baby pig is a piglet

Why is preschool science important?
Children are curious, and their questions about life around them are unending. An answer often leads to the next question. This is why preschool science is such a vital part of their development because they are at a stage where they are ‘building the blocks’ for knowledge, information, and judgment.

A good preschool science program should help the child form their own opinions, rather than taking that of others as facts. It should help the child develop patience and perseverance. As the child discovers new things, a good science program should also open new possibilities of research, with great anticipation of new findings.

As a guide, help the preschooler
1. Explore materials, events, and objects
2. Ask questions and investigate them
3. Observe, describe and record observations
4. Identify patterns, and relationships
5. Work together (sharing, discussions, and ability to listen to team members)

Hope these worksheets are a great start to preschool discoveries.



living and non-living things pre-k

 





...


SEE OTHER ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE ON CLEVERLEARNER
ALPHABET | SHAPES | CRAFT ART | NUMBERS | DRAWING
| GAMES | TIME | SOUNDS | WORD PUZZLES
Copyright © 2010-2018 cleverlearner in association with BusinessGhana.com.
All Rights Reserved.