Science Vocabulary Interactive Notebook and Matching Word Wall Bundle - 18 sets of Science Vocabulary Flip-O-Ramas for interactive notebooks with matching word wall posters. This science vocabulary bundle will save you a ton of prep time by giving you resources to teach, practice, review and display important science vocabulary for 18 different topics throughout the year.
Understanding vocabulary is key to comprehending difficult science concepts, especially when it comes to testing. I originally designed these resources for my ELL students and soon found out they were a powerful learning tool for my whole class.
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Each science vocabulary topic in this bundle includes the following:
• Science Vocabulary Flippers to cut out and glue in an interactive notebook. They are designed with a picture of the science word on the front and the definition or other information for the students to copy onto the back.
• A blank set of the vocabulary flippers to add more science vocabulary to.
• Optional early finisher/extension template to copy onto the backside of each page so students will have straight lines to write each science word in a sentence on the backside of the flipper.
• An enlarged set of the science pictures to hang on a bulletin board or word wall.
Here is a list of all 276 science vocabulary words broken down into their 18 topics:
accumulation, atmosphere, clouds, condensation, evaporation, groundwater, infiltration, plant uptake, precipitation, runoff, sublimation, sun, transpiration, vapor, volcanic steam, water cycle
biodegradable, compost, conserve, Earth Day, environment, global warming, Go green!, landfill, litter, natural resource, ocean, ozone, planet, plant, pollution, rainforest, recycle, reduce, renewable, reuse, solar panel, trees, water
igneous rock, metamorphic rock, sedimentary rock, compaction, cementation, weathering, erosion, deposition, rock cycle, intrusive rock, extrusive rock, magma, lava, sediment, volcano, heat and pressure
volcano, shield volcano, composite volcano, active volcano, dormant volcano, extinct volcano, volcanic bomb, cinder cone, vent, lava, magma chamber, lava tube, molten, Pacific Ring of Fire, hot spring, geyser
earthquake, fault, seismograph, tsunami, plate boundary, epicenter, magnitude, Richter Scale, continental drift, seismologist, focus, intensity, liquefaction, seismic waves, mantle, crust
sun, moon, shooting star, asteroid, comet, universe, galaxy, solar system, orbit, revolution, rotation, axis, eclipse, gravity, satellite, orbit
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune
new moon, waxing crescent, first quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous, third quarter, waning crescent
axle, distance, energy, force, friction, fulcrum, inclined plane, lever, load, machine, pulley, screw, simple machine, wedge, wheel and axle, work
magnet, magnetic, magnetic field, poles, attract, repel, like, unlike, compass, electromagnet, temporary magnet, permanent magnet, nonmagnetic, gravity, iron, cobalt, nickel, and steel, types of magnets
energy, chemical, sound, radiant, mechanical, thermal, nuclear, electrical, renewable energy, solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, hydropower, wind turbine, solar panels, dam, renewable resource, fossil fuel, oil, coal, natural gas, potential energy, kinetic energy
community, plants, species, carnivore, consumer, herbivore, omnivore, predator, prey, producer, organism, food chain, nutrients, food, compete, food web
desert, coral reef, ocean, tundra, polar, taiga, temperate forest, tropical rainforest, grassland, wetland, savanna, freshwater
amphibian, annelid, arachnid, bird, classify, crustacean, echinoderm, fish, insect, invertebrate, mammal, mollusk, organism, protozoa, reptile, vertebrate
Parts of a Plant:
roots, stem, leaf, flower, seeds, bud, petal, fruit, ovary, stamen, pistil, pollen, primary roots, lateral roots, root system, shoot system
balance scale, graduated cylinder, microscope, hand lens, thermometer, telescope, beaker, Petri dish
Inventors and Scientists:
Albert Einstein, Alexander Graham Bell, Aristotle, Benjamin Franklin, Charles Darwin, Fredrick Banting, Galileo, George Washington Carver, Henry Ford, Isaac Newton, James Watt, Jane Goodall, Johannes Kepler, Karl Friedrich von Drais, Karleinz Brandenburg, Levi Strauss, Lewis Latimer, Louis Braille, Louis Pasteur, Marie Curie, Nicolaus Copernicus, Ptolemy, The Wright Brothers, Thomas Edison
Scientific method, Ask a question/make an observation, Research background information, Make a hypothesis, Test hypothesis with an experiment, Analyze data, Draw conclusions, Report results
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