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Using this Water Cycle Experiment Worksheet, students conduct an experiment to study the water cycle.
Using Landform Matching Worksheet, students match each landform to its definition.
Using this Pollution Worksheet, students write about examples that pollute the Earth in order to know how to be better citizens.
Using this Biomes Worksheet, students research the seven different biomes in order to learn about its location and types of plants and animals that live there.
Using Drawing Ecosystems Worksheet, students draw an ecosystem and write how each organism relies on the other and helps the other to survive.
Using Recycling Sort Worksheet, students sort the items by writing the letters into the proper recycling container in order to cut down on waste
Using Matching Ecosystems Worksheet, students match ecosystems to their descriptions in order to understand ecosystems better.
Using Landform Definition Matching Worksheet, students match each landform to its definition.
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 this Precipitation Research Worksheet, students keep a week-long log of the type of precipitation you see twice a day.
Using Natural Resources Sorting Worksheet, students organize thethings we use into the proper natural resource categories.
Using Resources Writing Worksheet, students research three land resources that we use today in order to learn more about conservation.
Using this Environmental Health Worksheet, students research the four types of pollution that affect the earth.
Using Natural Disasters Matching Worksheet, students match pictures and types of natural disasters to better understand how and why natural disasters occur.
Using this Animal Habitats Matching Worksheet, student draw lines to match five animals pictures to their best living environment.
Using this Water Conservation Worksheet, students explain how they can converse water at home, school, and take care of the public water.
Using Our Environment Worksheet, students research environmental issues that our planet faces today in order to make a plan about how to help.
Using this Crab, Worm, Cow, Duck Animal Habitats Worksheet, students draw pictures to represent the habitats for the given four animals.