Third Grade Science Vocabulary Cards in two formats. One format has three parts: picture, word and definition. This format is perfect for a small group or pocket chart matching. The second format is only the word and definition, perfect for a science wall.
Words included on the vocabulary cards:
Life Science: life cycle, egg, larva, seed, root, stem, flower, leaf, fruit, cocoon, pupa, nymph, adult, metamorphosis, migrate, burrow, chamber, communicate, migrate, predator, prey, bask, blubber, chlorophyll, cold-blooded, cone, egg, endangered, extinct, groom, hypothesis, invertebrate, key, leaf, photosynthesis, pollen, root, seed, spore, stem, trait, vertebrate, warm-blooded, biome, carnivore, consumer, decomposer, deforestation, ecosystem, food chain, habitat, herbivore, natural selection, offspring, photosynthesis, producer, body fossil, dig site, field work, fossils, fossil record, fossilization, mold fossils, paleontologist, trace fossil, adaptation, mimicry, natural selection, trait, camouflage.
Physical Science: force, unbalanced force, balanced force, friction, gravity, motion, atom, electron, static electricity, attract, repel, negative charge, magnetism, positive charge, magenta pole, static electricity shock
Earth Science: climate, climate zone, cloud, cold front, condensation, evaporation, lightning, meteorology, precipitation, thunder, warm front, water cycle, weather, weather map, weather hazard.
See each set of stations for in-depth previews.
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All Stations Include
► Watch - Students watch a video about the concept and answer questions.
► Play - Student interact with a video game about the concept. They then respond to questions about their experience.
► Investigate - Students investigate the concept and answer questions.
► Diagram - Students diagram about the concept and answer questions about it.
► Read a Passage - Students read a passage and answer questions about the concept.
► Model - Students model the concept and answer questions about their models.
► Explore - Students explore the concept and questions about it.
► Sort - Students do a sort about the concept and explain their reasoning.
Each station includes three or four different ways to respond to the experience at the station: short answer questions, fill-in the blank questions, task cards with short answers, task cards with multiple choice. All the variations are similar to one another. Choose the format that best fits your classroom. Students are encouraged to use their science journal. Worksheets are included as well.
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