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Using Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Sorting Worksheet, students sort items that can be recycled to cut down on waste.
Using Natural Resources Sorting Worksheet, students organize thethings we use into the proper natural resource categories.
Using this Water Cycle Worksheet, students label the water cycle diagram using arrows and key vocabulary words on the picture.
Using this Weather Words Worksheet, students use words from the bank to describe the weather, the sky, how weather feels, and types of storms.
Using this Layers of the Earth Definition Worksheet, students match layers to their definitions, then they label a picture of the Earth.
Using Natural Disasters Fill in the Blanks Worksheet, students fill in the blank to describe natural disasters to understand how and why they occur.
Using Printable Thermometer, students practice reading Fahrenheit and Celsius on a thermometer.
Using Day and Night Worksheet, students figure out if each place indicated is in day or night by looking at the diagrams.
Using this Weather Matching Pictures Worksheet, students match the weather word to the correct picture to build their understanding of weather conditions.
Using this Weather Names Worksheet, students identify kinds of weather by writing the proper word under the pictures.
Using Natural Man-Made Sort Worksheet, students color products blue or green in order to sort them into natural product or man-made categories.
Using Solar System Order Worksheet, students place the planets in their correct order from the Sun on the diagram.
Using this Soil Matching Worksheet, students match the definitions to the key words.
Using Drawing Moon Phases Worksheet, students illustrate the phases of the moon so they can understand the pattern of the moon.
Using Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Items Worksheet, students creatively think about how to reuse common items they would find in their house.
Using this Layers of the Earth Word Search Worksheet, students fill in the blanks to complete descriptions about the Earth's layers and then check their work by looking for answers in the word search.
Using this Weather Instruments Match Worksheet, students match the weather tools to their descriptions.
Using Rocks & Minerals Worksheet, students choose one mineral to study and use the graphic organizer to record research.