Types of Scientists Worksheets

What kinds of careers do scientists have? Grab this new packet! It’s currently free!

There are many different types of scientists who hold many different types of jobs.  Science can be broken down into three main branches: life science, physical science, and earth science. These are known as the natural sciences.

There are many different areas of study within each branch. Can your kids identify a few of the major types of scientists?

Types of Scientists - Job - Career WorksheetsThese worksheets go over a few occupations scientists can hold in each of the three branches of natural science. They also include some of the occupations those who study the applied sciences can hold.

This Types of Scientists packet is currently free! I have also added it to the Earth Science Bundle of 5 and Earth Science Bundle of 10. 🙂

I hope this Types of Scientists Worksheet Packet is helpful. Let me know if you have any special requests! You can always email me here. ~Liesl

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