Life science vocabulary activity for intermediate grades. Students match vocabulary words and symbolize each word, which is great for ELL students! Easy to prep, just print and go. Also makes a great center or station activity, test-prep, or reteach. Happy teaching! Vocabulary matches the TEKS for 5th grade science STAAR--Ecosystems, changes in environments, carbon dioxide oxygen cycle, food chains and food webs
5th Grade Life Science STAAR-Ecosystems, Food Webs & Food Chains, Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen Cycle, Environmental Changes Fun, hands-on activity to teach life science vocabulary to intermediate grade students (4th, 5th, 6th grade). Great for test prep! #teach456 #5thgrade
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