The 60 Science Power Words listed below support vocabulary within the elementary Florida Science Standards. The purpose of sharing these words is to provide you with a resource for reinforcing the connections between focused vocabulary in the elementary science standards to real-world learning experiences. Throughout Spring Break, support your child in making the connections between the words listed below and something they observe in real life. The question is: “How many connections can your student make between words on this page and something they do or observe while on winter break.” Record a sentence or two that reflects what has been observed and how it connects to one of the words listed below. Have your parent or guardian sign your work, and then return it to your teacher when you come back from spring break. examples below:
If it is raining outside, the word precipitation can be connected to the experience. If it is raining outside, your student might record the following sentence. The kind of precipitation I saw outside my window was raining dropping from dark clouds.
If you see a bee flying from flower to flower, the word pollination (pollen) can be connected to the experience. (Note: students can use different forms of the word in their description as identified with pollen and pollination).
If you add sugar to ice tea, the word dissolve can be added to the shared experience. Encourage your child to draw a diagram or picture that reflects the sentence.
If you are unsure of the meaning of a word, it is a great opportunity and experience to explore the meaning of that word with your student. Consider websites like https://www.merriam-webster.com/
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