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    This file contains 32 colorful LIGHT(and Color)WORD WALL CARDS printed on 8 pages. Many colorful pictures are included.The Word Wall Cards coul...

    Light and Color Science Word Wall Cards

    Geography Word Wall Cards

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    Plant Word Wall Cards

    Content Vocabulary Strategy: Word Drawings

    Free online research graphical organizer. Excellent resource for MS & HS science classes!

    3D Word Wall of Physical Properties of Matter. It is a great review! Kids can bring items from home.

    Have the students make their writing more colorful by using paint strips. Write a boring adjective at the bottom of the paint strip on the most boring color. Give each student a paint strip and they can use a thesaurus or a word wall to think of more colorful words for their strip. Put the best word on the brightest part of the strip. Hang all of their strips on the door and they can use those words to help make their writing colorful!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

    Solar System Science Word Wall Cards

    This file contains 48 Solar System Word Wall Cards on 12 pages. The Science words and vocabulary terms have a corresponding picture on each card....

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    Worksheets: Photosynthesis Coloring Page

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    This zipped file contains 32 colorful ELECTRICITY Word Wall Cards on 8 pages. The Science words, names, and vocabulary terms each have a correspond...

    These question card FREEBIES are based upon Bloom's Taxonomy. Use them to promote higher-level thinking during lessons and after read-alouds. Color...

    This file contains 60 MATTER WORD WALL CARDS on 15 pages. This file also includes 1 extra page with 4 cards on PLASMA (the 4th state of matter), ...

    This file contain 20 Rocks and Minerals Word Wall Cards with pictures printed on 5 pages.Each word or vocabulary term has a colorful illustration...

    Cut the Snickers bar in half and you see an example of a sedimentary rock. Smash the Snickers bar in a baggie and you have an example of a metamorphic rock". Melt the Snickers bar in the microwave and you have a example of an Igneous rock.--Oo saving this for later this year

    The Rock Cycle

    FREE plant life cycle anchor charts. I can't wait to hang these in my science center!