4th Grade Science Word Searches

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4th Grade Science Word Searches by Christopher Rudolph

These 4th Grade Science Word Searches cover key 4th Grade Academic Vocabulary for Science that all 4th Graders need to know and master. Learning Academic Science Vocabulary is something that needs to begin in kindergarten and then taught and re-taught in all the grades thereafter. Each grade must add to the students’ vocabulary foundation to broaden and deepen understanding. It is important to set up a teaching schedule that allows for the routine implementation of Science Vocabulary instruction, homework activities, and evaluation of progress. Having multiple searches covering the same terms allows for re-teaching and re-learning throughout the school year. These are invaluable resources. Teachers, students, and parents can print these 4th Grade Science Word Searches and make copies. Press Ctrl + D to Bookmark this page.

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Grade 4 Science Terms Study Sheet 1 (13 Terms)
1, 6, 11, and 16 are different searches with the same terms.
Grade 4 Science Terms Study Sheet 2 (13 Terms)
2, 7, 12, and 17 are different searches with the same terms.
Grade 4 Science Terms Study Sheet 3 (13 Terms)
3, 8, 13, and 18 are different searches with the same terms.
Grade 4 Science Terms Study Sheet 4 (13 Terms)
4, 9, 14, and 19 are different searches with the same terms.
Grade 4 Science Terms Study Sheet 5 (13 Terms)
5, 10, 15, and 20 are different searches with the same terms.

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