Use these activities as a way to check student understanding of Earth Science terms while learning about Earth Science, Earth Systems, and Environment. Create a dialogue of meaningful discussion while using scientific terminology. These activities are student-friendly and engaging!
This packet includes:
• 68-page “My Earth Science Vocabulary Dictionary” with 64 pages included using Earth Science terms, a graphic organizer for each page for students to demonstrate understanding of the terms, two cover pages, and a list of terms to check off after using. Additionally, there are two editable slides in PowerPoint to create your own terms if they aren’t included. There is a link included within to complete the student dictionary in Google Slides.
• 20 CER observable photographs for students to use to demonstrate the relevance of science terms in regards to using photographs as observable data. There is a CER breakdown for students to use as a guide and two editable slides in PowerPoint to create your own pages if the terms aren’t included. Answer key suggestions are included for each sheet. There is a link included within to complete the student observations in Google Slides.
• 20 print and go worksheets included. Eight definitions and term matching, four word scrambles, and eight match and fill-in-the-blank sheets. Answer keys are included for each.
Science Terms included in this set:
Air Pressure, Archipelagoes, Atmosphere, Bedrock, Biosphere, Climate, Collection, Condensation, Conserve, Contaminate, Convection Cell, Coriolis Effect, Deforestation, Deplete, Deposition, El Nino, Engineer, EPA, Erosion, Evaporation, Exosphere, Farming, Fossil Fuels, Geosphere, Greenhouse Effect, Groundwater, Horizons, Humus, Hydropower, Hydrosphere, Igneous Rock, Industrialization, Interact, Island, Islets, Jet Stream, Landform, La Nina, Manufacture, Mesosphere, Metamorphic Rock, Non-Renewable Resource, Pollution, Precipitation, Prevailing Westerlies, Radiation, Recycle, Reduce, Renewable Resource, Reuse, Runoff, Sedimentary Rock, Soil, Solar Power, Stratosphere, Subsoil, Temperature, Thermosphere, Topsoil, Troposphere, Water Cycle, Weather, Weathering, and Wind Power
Want more words added? Just shoot me an email at [email protected] Thanks!