Spring Break Crossword

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The 4th month of the year April
April 1st is called April ______ Day Fools
The day set aside for planting trees Arbor
The first thing you do in the morning Awaken
What is a very young child called Baby
Summer game using balls and bats Baseball
What insect likes flower pollen Bee
Name the flowery part of a plant Blossom
You put a light _____ in a lamp Bulb
Another name for a rabbit Bunny
As a caterpillar turns into a Butterfly
What you call a young cow Calf
What do you call a baby Chicken Chick
The 5th of May - Spanish number Cinco
Where rain comes from Clouds
What do you call a young horse Colt
One of the first yellow flowers of spring Daffodil
A grassweed with a yellow flower Dandelion
What do you call a young duck Duckling
The plant we live on Earth
A spring holiday Easter
What a chicken lays Egg
Low misty clouds that touch the ground Fog
A place where vegetables grow Garden
If you mix blue and yellow you get Green
What we mow in our yard Grass
When a chick comes out of an egg its _________ Hatches
What we call a baby sheep Lamb
A paper diamond shape that flies on a string Kite
The buds on a tree turn into a Leaf
The light show from stormy clouds Lightning
The 3rd month of the year March
Where birds sleep Nest
What we do when we take food to a park Picnic
The bow of color created by rain and sun Rainbow
What you wear in the rain Raincoat
The year is divided into 4 _________ Seasons
A plant grows from this part Seed
A light rail fall is called a ___ Shower
Dirt is a garden is called ____ Soil
The 1st season of the year Spring
The warm rays from the sun Sunshine
When ice melts it_____ Thaws
The noise lightning makes Thunder
A device that shields you from rain Umbrella
Reddish-blue color near purple Violet
The opposite of cool Warm
What we call air moving in the trees Wind
Something we drink every day Water
What we call wind, sun, storms, rain Weather

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April showers bring May _ _ _ _ _ _ _. flowers
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The first month of spring. March
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Spring _ _ _ _ _; vacation. break
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An animal that wakes up in Spring groundhog
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you use this to keep you dry from the rain umbrella
shoes you wear in the rain rainboots
a day for pranks April Fools
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when you bring food and a blanket to a park and sit on the grass eating picnic
what you see sometimes after rain stops rainbow
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young sheep lamb
what do eggs eventually do? hatch
small round beetles that are often red with black spots ladybug
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Spring Weather Crossword

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Rain __________ the earth. waters
March comes in like a lion
It makes kites fly wind
__________ makes it hard to see. fog
Its supposed to rain today. Take an umbrella
March winds bring April showers
A loud noise associated with storms thunder
No matter how long this season lasts, spring is sure to follow winter
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If its foggy in the morning, it will be in the day sunny
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This gives light to help plants grow. sun
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Dark clouds often bring this. rain
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I may be white and puffy or dark and threatening. cloud
flashes in the sky. lightning
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I can be seen after a storm rainbow
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imaginary vertical line that cuts through the center of Earth around which Earth spins Axis
a round, three-dimensional object whose surface is the same distance from its center at all points SPhere
Earth's yearlong elliptical orbit around the Sun revolution
occurs when the Moon pauses directly between the Sun and Earth and cast a shawdow over part of Earth solar eclipse
change in appearance of the Moon as viewed from the Earth moon phase
moon phase that occurs when the Moon is between Earth and the Sun new moon
curved path followed by a satellite as it revolves around an onject orbit
describes phase that occur after a full moon as the visible lighted side of the Moon grows smaller waning
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the sun shines directly on the plant with no other plants, trees, or structures interfering with the sunlight direct sunlight
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Spring Crossword

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America's favorite past time baseball
little yellow furry animals chicks
marshmallow treats at easter peeps
the opposite of fall spring
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Spring Holiday Easter
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Plant Vocabulary Crossword

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de up of many cells; makes its own food through photosynthesis; all plants are living things, but they cannot move like animals; examples of plants include trees, grasses, flowering plants, and mosses. Plants
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The layer of the atmosphere where meteors burn up. Mesosphere
Type of severe storm that looks like a funnel cloud. Tornado
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The brightness of a star's light is called magnitude
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Huge cold clouds of gas and dust nebula
The earliest stage of a star's life in which the contracting cloud heats up and becomes a protostar
Stars spend most of their lives here as long as hydrogen fuses into helium main sequence
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Have no fuel, but glow from leftover energy white dwarf
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The explosion of a large star that causes heavier elements to form supernova
These stars form from small supergiants neutron star
A place in space where gravity is so great that light can't escape black hole
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Forms from the outer layers of hydrogen and helium that are cast off when a red giant becomes a white dwarf planetary nebula
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A medium-mass star will live for about ___ billion years ten
A star that is more massive than the sun may live only about ten _____ years million