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Heat Energy Word Wall Vocabulary


PDF | 2 pages|Grades: 4 - 5

Twenty-seven heat energy vocabulary cards for a word wall.

Display these heat energy word cards around your 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:

heat energy, hot, warm, cool, cold, temperature, thermometer, degrees, Celsius, Fahrenheit, movement, transfer, conduction, conductor, insulation, insulator, convection, boiling, heat source, kinetic energy, friction, electrical energy, electrical appliances, chemical energy, burning, sun, equilibrium.

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    Heat Energy Vocabulary

    heat hot cool
    observing safety predict
    scientists warm science
    senses touch sight
    smell sound taste
    feel cold active
    observation Celsius energy
    decreasing record increasing
    investigation degree investigation question
    investigate model chemical
    rubbing electricity burning
    compare warmth thermometer
    Sun report science knowledge
    boiling temperature diagram labelled diagram
    communicate results questions
    method absorb properties
    estimate measure movement
    insulation material vertical number line
    thermal collect absorbing
    summer data conduct
    conductor plan insulator
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