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Using this Matching Animal Habitats Worksheet, student draw lines to match five animals pictures to their best living environment.
Using this Animal Habitats Matching Worksheet, student draw lines to match five animals pictures to their best living environment.
Using Living and Nonliving Activity, students first sort the pictures on the sorting mat and then play Tic-Tac-Toe!
Using this Desert Animals Habitat Worksheet, students circle animals that they can live in the desert.
Using Rainforest Crossword Puzzle, students use the clues about the rainforest to fill in the crossword puzzle with the missing words.
Using Landform Definition Matching Worksheet, students match each landform to its definition.
This Air Pollution Worksheet will help teach your kids about what air pollution is and how it can be harmful for people and the environment.
Using this Hot and Cold Activity, student distinguish between objects and situations that are hot or cold in order to learn about temperature.
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 Our Natural Resources Worksheet, students match these vocab about resources and write about them in order to learn more about conservation.
Using this Water Pollution Worksheet, students list three causes ofwater pollution and discuss what things need to change in order for pollution to stop.
Using Rainforest Animals Worksheet , students circle the rainforest animals to build their rainforest vocabulary.
Using this Land or Water Activity, students play this sorting game to learn which animals live on land and which live in water.
This Grasslands Life Science Reading Comprehension Worksheet will help your students build their reading comprehension skills while reading a non-fiction text about the grasslands.
Using Matching Ecosystems Worksheet, students match ecosystems to their descriptions in order to understand ecosystems better.
Using this Land and Water Worksheet, students write land or water beneath each picture after determining where you find each object.
Using this Animal Habitats Worksheet, students draw and write about habitats where different animals live.
Using Our Environment Worksheet, students research environmental issues that our planet faces today in order to make a plan about how to help.