Natural Disaster vocabulary cards can be used in any workstation. Natural Disaster vocabulary cards work best when printed on cardstock, cut, and then laminated for durability. Have the students match the natural disaster picture to the natural disaster definition. Students will record their answers onto the natural disaster recording sheet. When the students have matched all the cards and written their answers on the recording sheet, they can check their answers. When students have mastered the natural disaster vocabulary they can take a quiz over the words.
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Customer Tips: span> Natural Disaster Vocabulary cards can be played as a puzzle matching game, concentration/memory, goldfish, task cards or old maid. The possibilities are endless.
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