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Material World Word Wall

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Word wall cards containing vocabulary related to processed materials.

Material World vocabulary words include:

object, material, properties, fabric, latex, bags, rubber, cardboard, man-made, natural, plant, plastic, sponge, elastic, chemicals, concrete, card, paper, leather, stone, sand, water, wood, foam, polyester, metal, wool, ceramic, cotton, silk, clay, glass, variable, biodegradable, non-biodegradable, organic, decompose, absorbency, hydrophilic, pores, hydrophobic, leak, soak, repel, snap, tear, stretch, think, thick, recycling, warm, cool, insulator, strength


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Material World Vocabulary

object material properties
fabric latex bags
rubber cardboard man-made
natural plant plastic
sponge elastic chemicals
concrete card paper
leather stone sand
water wood foam
polyester metal wool
ceramic cotton silk
clay glass variable
biodegradable non-biodegradable organic
decompose absorbency hydrophilic
pores hydrophobic leak
soak repel snap
tear stretch think
thick recycling warm
cool insulator strength
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  • Stephanie King

    Can’t wait to use it! Thank you so much for making it!

    Comment by Stephanie King on August 5, 2014 at 7:52 pm


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