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Wet and Dry Environments Word Wall Vocabulary

19 pages|Grades: 3 - 4

48 wet and dry environment vocabulary word wall cards.

Display and use these Wet and Dry Environments Word Wall Vocabulary cards in the classroom to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary.

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

Words include:

woods, woodland, vegetation, jungle, rivers, swamps, tropical, reef, comparison, natural, plants, weather, dust, ecology, damaged, meadow, humid, climate, compare, parks, deserts, location, salt marsh, scrub, rainforests, change, mangroves, ecosystem, dry, man-made, alpine, grasslands, ponds, responsibility, ecozone, farming lands, lakes, wetland, oceans, protection, impact, savanna, wet, mountains, forests, environment, habitat and preservation.

Wet and Dry Environments Vocabulary

woodland woods jungle
vegetation rivers swamps
comparison reef tropical
natural plants weather
damaged ecology dust
meadow humid climate
compare parks deserts
salt marsh location scrub
mangroves change rainforests
ecosystem dry alpine
man-made lakes ponds
farming lands ecozone responsibility
grasslands wet oceans
protection impact savanna
wetland inlet forests
environment habitat preservation
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Kelly-Ann Cumming

I love this resource but when I opened it, it only has the desert picture for all of the words. I tries a few different fonts and it is the same as well.

Kelly-Ann Cumming · Jun 14th, 2014

Hi Kelly-Ann, thanks for bringing this to our attention. I will let you know once it’s fixed. Kind regards, Scott

· Jun 15th, 2014

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