Middle School Science Crossword MEGABUNDLE-Life, Earth, & Physical Science

Middle School Science Crossword MEGABUNDLE-Life, Earth, & Physical Science
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This MEGA BUNDLE contains 64 crossword puzzles covering middle school life science, earth science, and physical science. This bundle consists of three other smaller bundles so that you can save money and help your students master science vocabulary.

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An Entire Year of Middle School Life Science Crossword Puzzles

1) Introduction to Life (organisms, genus, autotrophs, controlled experiment, protists, evolution, development, sexual reproduction, binomial nomenclature, cells, multicellular, prokaryotes, fungi, stimulus, metabolism, asexual reproduction, taxonomy, domain, nucleus, spontaneous generation, convergent evolution, classification, heterotrophs, homeostasis, unicellular)

2) Introduction to Cells (cytoplasm, exocytosis, Virchow, nucleolus, endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, Hooke, cells, lysosomes, cell membrane, Schwann, organs, Golgi apparatus, mitochondria, osmosis, endocytosis, passive transport, microscope, vacuole, cell wall, Schleiden, ribosomes, tissues)

3) Biochemistry (water, organic, carbohydrates, enzymes, atoms, DNA, cell membrane, proteins, element, nucleic acids, lipids, double helix)

4) Photosynthesis, Cellular Respiration and Cell Division (chromosomes, oxygen, cytokinesis, chloroplast, prophase, alcoholic fermentation, sunlight, metaphase, photosynthesis, anaphase, mitosis, chlorophyll, heterotrophs, water, glucose, fermentation, autotrophs, interphase, cellular respiration)

5) Genetics (Punnett square, genetics, heterozygous, alleles, meiosis, codominant, fertilization, phenotype, incomplete dominance, genotype, gene, homozygous, polygenic, recessive, probability, hybrid, dominant)

6) DNA, RNA, and Protein Synthesis (protein, messenger RNA, tumor, carrier, selective breeding, gene therapy, chemotherapy, clone, cancer, hybridization, inbreeding, mutation, ribosome, sex chromosomes, transfer RNA, DNA replication, sex-linked traits, genetic engineering, double helix, guanine, adenine, chromosome)

7) Evolution (gradualism, Darwin, theory, evolution, artificial selection, natural selection, Galapagos, variation, species, fossil, homologous structures, DNA, punctuated equilibrium)

8) Viruses, Bacteria, Protists, and Fungi (vaccine, bacteria, protists, ribosomes, endospore, conjugation, decomposers, host, hyphae, parasite, algae, flagellum, fruiting body, fungi, virus, pasteurization, binary fission, lichen, budding, cytoplasm, cilia, contractile vacuole)

9) Plants (germination, angiosperms, monocots, xylem, phloem, gametophyte, fruit, pollination, cones, nonvascular, cambium, chloroplasts, central vacuole, chlorophyll, sporophyte, cotyledon, vascular, cuticle, transpiration, pistils, sepals, stomata, stamens, rhyizoids, perennials)

10) Introduction to Animals (vertebrae, amphibians, cnidarians, arthropods, bilaterial symmetry, endotherm, ectotherm, radial symmetry, notochord, fish, chordates, birds, monotremes, mammary glands, mammals, tissue, exoskeleton, homeostasis, echinoderms, placenta, adaptations, cartilage, mollusks, reptiles)

11) Animal Bodies and Life Processes (cartilage, herbivores, complete metamorphosis, external fertilization, motor neurons, circulatory system, muscles, gestation, digestion, joint, respiratory system, nervous system, interneurons, amniotic sac, filter feeders, placenta, molting, incomplete metamorphosis, carnivore, interneurons, tadpole, cellular respiration, stimulus, brain, omnivores, water vascular system, nervous system)

12) Introduction to the Human Body (connective tissue, endocrine system, muscle, excretory system, absorption, joint, cytoplasm, hormones, nervous system, nutrients, integumentary system, organ, glands, cell, tissue, epithelial tissue, circulatory system, reproductive system, cell membrane, stimulus, skeleton, respiratory sytem, homeostasis, digestive system

13) Skeletal, Muscular, and Integumentary Systems (cartilage, voluntary muscles, melanin, involuntary muscles, bone marrow, temperature, follicles, tendon, smooth muscle, pores, spongy bone, skeleton, dermatologist, osteoporosis, vertebrae, ligaments, striated muscle, cardiac muscle, epidermis)

14) Digestive and Excretory Systems (vitamins, small intestine, urethra, stomach, calorie, kidneys, bladder, urine, peristalsis, villi, urea, esophagus, gallbladder, minerals, large intestine, liver, carbohydrates, excretion, proteins, ureters, water, fats)

15) Circulatory and Respiratory Systems (aorta, trachea, pharynx, diaphragm, atrium, heart, valve, plasma, cilia, alveoli, ventricle, white blood cells, capillaries, lungs, platelets, red blood cells, circulatory, hemoglobin, arteries, larynx, veins)

16) Nervous and Endocrine Systems (synapse, cerebrum, neurons, central nervous system, brain stem, target cell, ducts, hypothalamus, cerebellum, pituitary gland, pancreas, parathyroid gland, brain, reflex, gland, adrenal gland, testes, nerve impulses, ovaries, thymus, thyroid)

17) The Reproductive Systems (ovulation, umbilical cord, placenta, amniotic sac, menstrual cycle, uterus, fetus, estrogen, ovaries, egg, testosterone, fertilization, vagina, fallopian tubes, penis, sperm, semen, zygote, scrotum, embryo, testes)

18) The Immune System and Disease (antibodies, diabetes, asthma, skin, histamine, immunization, antibiotic resistance, insulin, carcinogens, noninfectious disease, inflammatory response, vaccine, antibiotics, immunity, active immunity, HIV, allergy, phagocyte, antigens, tumors, lymphocytes, pathogens)

19) Introduction to Ecology (population density, limiting factors, parasitism, primary succession, predation, biotic factors, community, pioneer species, niche, emigration, adaptations, carrying capacity, habitat, mutualism, immigration, abiotic factors, organism, secondary succession, ecosystem, host, ecology)

20) Biodiversity, Matter, and Energy (poaching, endangered, herbivores, consumer, captive breeding, scavenger, threatened, food web, habitat fragmentation, decomposers, condensation, omnivores, nitrogen fixation, biodiversity, precipitation, keystone species, evaporation, carnivores, extinction, food pyramid, producers)

21) Biomes (climate, desert, emergent layer, water, carbon dioxide, neritic, coniferous, boreal forest, tundra, estuary, biome, grassland, temperate rain forest, savanna, canopy, intertidal zone)

An Entire Year of Middle School Physical Science Crosswords

1) Introduction to Matter (molecule, element, exothermic, weight, temperature, formula, mass, matter, chemical, homogeneous mixture, density, heterogeneous mixture, bond, law of conservation of matter, chemistry, physical change, volume, thermal energy)

2) States of Matter (boiling point, directly proportional, condensation, temperature, volume, amorphous solid, Boyle's law, fluids, pressure, crystals, surface tension, Charles's law, melting point, shape, liquid, gas, solid)

3) Elements and the Periodic Table (groups, atom, atomic number, symbol, element, iron, nitrogen, nucleus, silicon, Mendeleev, nonreactive, molecule, periods, protons, periodic table, electrons, neutrons, atomic mass, sodium, isotopes)

4) Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids (alkaline earth metals, malleable, halogens, metals, lanthanides, nonmetals, noble gas, transition metals, metalloids, reactivity, hydrogen, semiconductors, alkali metals, ductile, luster, corrosion, diatomic, thermal energy)

5) Radioactivity (half-life, gamma radiation, beta particle, alpha particle, nuclear fusion, Marie Curie, radioactive dating, decay, uranium, nuclear, radioactive, nuclear fission, calculating protons and neutrons

6) Chemical Bonds (double bond, crystal, metallic bond, sodium chloride, formula, polar covalent bond, nonpolar covalent bond, molecule, polyatomic ion, covalent bond, ionic bond, valence electrons, subscripts, alloy, determining valence)

7) Chemical Reactions (equation, exothermic, coefficient, replacement reaction, physical change, products, enzymes, synthesis, law of conservation of mass, decomposition, endothermic, closed system, open system, activation energy, precipitate, concentration, inhibitor, catalyst, reactants, chemical)

8) Solutions, Acids, and Bases (dilute, neutralization, hydrogen ions, bases, acids, salt, suspension, solvent, solution, corrosive, colloid, indicator, hydroxide ions, solute, saturated solution)

9) Motion (meter, time, Systeme International, reference point, metric system, motion, acceleration, velocity, speed, average speed, instantaneous speed, slope, positive and negative acceleration, second, time)

10) Forces (force, newton, net force, friction, sliding friction, static friction, fluid friction, rolling friction, gravity, mass, weight, inertia, momentum, law of conservation of momentum, free fall, satellites, centripetal force, buoyant force)

11) Work and Machines (work, joule, power, watt, machines, input force, output force, mechanical advantage, efficiency, simple machine, inclined plane, wedge, screw, lever, fulcrum, pulley, wheel and axle, compound machine)

12) Energy (thermal energy, chemical energy, joule, nuclear fusion, nuclear energy, potential energy, kinetic, energy, power, electromagnetic radiation, gravitational potential energy, nuclear fission, electrical energy, elastic potential energy, mass, mechanical energy, energy transformation, law of conservation of energy)

13) Thermal Energy and Heat (absolute zero, insulator, heat, metals, expansion, convection current, Kelvin, temperature conversions, current, radiation, thermal, Celsius, specific heat, conduction, Fahrenheit, radiation)

14) Electricity (power, parallel circuit, voltage, electric field, Ohm's law, circuit breakers, induction, insulator, resistance, short circuit, fuses, static electricity, series circuit, electric, circuit, power, conservation)

15) Magnetism (magnetic field, solenoid, transformer, poles, magnetism, attract, galvonometer, force, electromagnetism, magnet, mechanical energy, compass, magnetic force, magnetic declination, electric motor, direct current, alternating current, generator)

16) Characteristics of Waves (vibration, amplitude, frequency, interference, nodes, wavelength, waves, resonance, transverse waves, diffraction, reflection, mechanical waves, trough, rarefaction, speed, compression)

17) Sound (eardrum, pitch, density, sonogram, sound, ear canal, intensity, ultrasound, Doppler effect, echolocation, loudness, overtones, fundamental, decibel, music, overtones)

18) Electromagnetic Radiation (thermogram, frequency, polarized, electromagnetic, photoelectric effect, radiation, microwaves, ultraviolet, visible, global positioning systems, gamma rays, infrared, radar, X-rays, visible light, photon)

19) Light (image, primary colors, virtual image, focal point, optical, rays, translucent, transparent, secondary colors, refraction, mirage, plane, lens, real image, opaque, complimentary colors, pigment, convex lens, diffuse, concave lens)

20) Eyes, Telescopes, and Microscopes (eyepiece, camera, rods, optic nerve, objective lens, retina, iris, reflecting, refracting, pupil, microscope, pupil, nearsighted, cones, rods, farsighted, telescope)

An Entire Year of Middle School Earth Science Crosswords

1) Earth Systems and Maps (geosphere, contour lines, map, energy, degree, globe, systems, symbols, scale, index lines, atmosphere, hydrosphere, equator, projection, biosphere, key, topographic map, hemisphere, latitude, longitude, prime meridian, equator)

2) The Layers of the Earth (crust, outer core, granite, mountain, basalt, landform, plateau, lithosphere, relief map, conduction, convection, asthenosphere, radiation, mantle, pressure, elevation, density, plain, seismic waves, topography)

3) Minerals and Rocks (fracture, clastic rock, deposition, igneous rock, extrusive rock, granite, luster, weathering, cementation, metamorphic, crystallization, texture, sedimentary, erosion, basalt, sediment, foliated, mineral, geode, cleavage, organic, compaction)

4) Weathering and Soil (oxidation, soil fertility, crop rotation, natural resource, permeable, soil conservation, abrasion, uniformitarianism, mechanical weathering, subsoil, loam, humus, soil, frost weding, erosion, topsoil, bedrock)

5) Erosion and Deposition (sediment, moraine, runoff, gravity, groundwater, delta, dune, stalactite, beach, erosion, deposition, movement, deflation, glacier, alluvial, plucking, loess, stream, stalagmite, tributary, headland, gully, meander, rills)

6) Plate Tectonics (transform boundary, Pangaea, Alfred Wegener, plates, fossil, divergent boundary, ridges, continental plate, trenches, sea-floor spreading, convection current, rift, faults, plate tectonics)

7) Earthquakes (stress, seismogram, moment magnitude scale, Richter scale, tension, compression, shearing, magnitude, Modified Mercalli scale, seismograph, normal fault, reverse fault, strike-slip fault, plateau, surface wave, epicenter, S and P waves, focus)

8) Volcanoes (magma, lava, volcano, batholith, volcanic neck, Ring of Fire, island arc, hot spot, magma chamber, pipe, vent, crater, silica, pyroclastic flow, dormant, extinct, shield volcano, composite volcano, cinder cone, caldera)

9) Geologic Time (fossil, mold, cast, carbon film, trace fossil, evolution, extinct, unconformity, relative age, absolute age, extrusion, fault, index fossil, law of superposition, mammal, period, era, comet, invertebrate, reptile, amphibian, extinction, radioactive decay)

10) Energy Resources (energy efficiency, petroleum, insulation, wind turbines, uranium, oil refinery, nonrenewable, petrochemicals, hydroelectric power, hydrocarbons, biomass, energy conservation, fossil fuels, nuclear fission, geothermal energy)

11) Natural Resources (resource depletion, renewable resource, ecological footprint, fertilizers, environmental science, desertification, drought, reclamation, bedrock, nonrenewable resource, topsoil, erosion, nonpoint source pollution, natural resources, sustainable use)

12) Climate and Climate Change (aerosols, deserts, steppe, windward side of mountain, monsoons, polar climate, tropical rainforest, permafrost, greenhouse gases, climate, fossil fuels, sunspots, sea level rise, savannas, ice age, temperate climate, carbon dioxide, global warming, leeward side of mountain)

13) Landfills and Pollution (leachate, emissions, pesticides, temperature inversion, hazardous waste, sanitary landfill, recycling, CFCs, groundwater, ozone, sewage, radon, incineration, pollutant, ultraviolet radiation, oil, biodegradable, municipal waste, acid rain)

14) Freshwater Systems (water cycle, eutrophication, water table, watershed, precipitation, artesian well, saturated zone, evaporation, groundwater, unsaturated zone, transpiration, reservoir, aquifer, permeable, habitat, impermeable)

15) Oceans, Currents, and Climate (Coriolis effect, sonar, mid-ocean ridges, wavelength, abyssal plane, tsunami, continental slope, wave height, La Nina, salinity, frequency, seamount, wave, current, groin, longshore, rip tide, trench)

16) The Atmosphere (altitude, nitrogen, infrared radiation, barometer, pressure, water vapor, meteoroids, thermosphere, atmosphere, weather, troposphere, scattering, electromagnetic radiation, exosphere, ozone, ultraviolet radiation, weather, density, radiation, ionosphere, greenhouse gases)

17) Heat Transfer and Winds (windchill factor, latitude, wind, Coriolis effect, convection currents, Celsius, global winds, thermal heat, sea breeze, temperature, Fahrenheit, conduction, thermometer, anemometer, local winds, heat, land breeze, currents, radiation)

18) Weather (cirrus cloud, psychrometer, cumulonimbus cloud, condensation, hurricane, isotherms, isobars, maritime, evaporation, tornado, evacuate, tropical air mass, continental, dew point, polar air mass, storm surge, front, lightning, meteorologist, drought, cyclone, precipitation)

19) Introduction to Outer Space (planet, equinox, solstice, calendar, satellite, force, Newton's first law of motion, constellation, rotation, star, rotation, revolution, axis, mass, meteor, orbit, weight, inertia, gravity, comet)

20) Phases of the Moon and the Tides (phases of the moon, full moon, lunar, neap tide, penumbra, spring tide, craters, eclipse, crescent, new moon, tides, umbra, gibbous, maria, craters)

21) The Solar System (asteroids, solar flares, satellites, fusion, dwarf planets, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, meteorites, Mercury, astronomy, convection, Earth, Mars, corona, heliocentric system, Venus, comets, sunspots, Neptune, greenhouse gases, meteor)

22) Telescopes and the Scope of the Universe (universe, parallax, matter, background radiation, telescopes, observatory, light telescope, scientific notation, visible light, wavelength, electromagnetic radiation, refracting telescope, big bang, spectrum, optical telescope, energy, reflecting telescope)

23) Stars and Galaxies (spectograph, apparent brightness, absolute brightness, Herzsprung-Russel diagram, nebula, protostar, white dwarf, supernova, neutron star, pulsar, black hole, binary star, eclipsing binary, open cluster, globular cluster, galaxy, spiral galaxy, elliptical galaxy, irregular galaxy, quasar)

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