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Water Cycle Word Wall Vocabulary


PDF | 15 pages|Grade: 7

Forty-two water related vocabulary cards for a word wall.

Print out these Water Cycle Word Wall Vocabulary cards and cut them along the line. Stick them up around your room to immerse your students in scientific vocabulary.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:

water cycle, water, condensation, filtration, transpiration, evaporation, precipitation, runoff, infiltration, mixture, turbidity, separation, aquifer, pure substance, solution, solute, solvent, soluble, oceans, water vapour, permeable, non-renewable resources, renewable resources, chromatography, irrigation, desublimation, sublimation, artesian well, distillation, decantation, liquid, groundwater discharge, groundwater storage, aqueduct, body of water, aqua, seepage, moist, effluent, impermeable, humidity and moisture.

Water Cycle Vocabulary

water cycle water condensation
filtration transpiration evaporation
precipitation runoff infiltration
mixture turbidity separation
aquifer pure substance solution
solute solvent soluble
oceans water vapour permeable
non-renewable resources renewable resources chromatography
irrigation desublimation sublimation
artesian well distillation decantation
liquid groundwater discharge groundwater storage
aqueduct body of water aqua
seepage moist effluent
impermeable humidity moisture
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Do you have this word wall as a MS Word file?

Helen Edwards · Jan 26th, 2020

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