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diverse
animal
human
arctic tundra
rainforest
desert
grasslands
arrangement
food
habitat
shelter
space
water

5th grade science vocabulary Crossword

Type
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Description

A home for animals Habitat
The air humans breath out and plants breath in Carbon dioxide
A animal that only eats meat Carnivore
The air humans breath in and plants breath out Oxygen
A animal that eats only plants Herbivore
A animal that eats both plants and animals Omnivore
a living thing that makes its own food producer
a living thing that gets energry from eating other living things consumer
a living thing that gets energy from breaking down the waste lof other living things decomposer
a area of grass grassland
a community of living organisims ecosystem
a shallow recess niche
a group of organisims that live in the same place and share the same charestics community
the amount of something in a place population
the process of which plants maker food photosynthesis
a forest where it is very moist and has many animals and pants rain forest
a vast, flat, treeless Arctic region of Europe, Asia, and North America in which the subsoil is permanently frozen tundra
a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat, e.x. forest or tundra. biome
a sandy hot large piece of land with very little water desert
known as boreal forest or snow forest, is a biome characterized by coniferous forests consisting mostly of pines, spruces and larches. tiaga
falling of or shedding deciduos
a dense growth area of tree forest
the way other living things get energy from eatng other living things food chain
when food chains are combined together food web

Biomes Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

altitude
latitude
permafrost
Tundra
Deserts
chaparral
temperate grassland
savanna
temperate desiduous forest
temperate rain forest
understory
canopy
Emergent layer
Tropical rain forest
Climate

Biomes Crossword

Type
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Description

The amount of biomes. six
A large area with similar biotic and abiotic factors. Biome
A grassland that has a lot of rainfall during some seasons and very little rainfall in others. Savanna
Characterized by very low winter temperatures and short, cool summers. Tundra
A non-living thing. Abiotic
Biomes that are found on land. Land Biomes
A grassland with warm summers and cold winters. Temperate Grasslands
A region that has little or no plant life, long periods without rain, and extreme temperatures: usually found in hot climates. Desert
A living thing. Biotic
Gets its name from conifers, the main type of tree that grows there. Coniferous Forests
Comes from a Latin word that means "to fall off." Deciduous
Has warm temperatures and high rainfall that allows a lot of plants to grow. Tropical Rain Forests
The natural home or environment of an animal, plant, or other organisms. Habitat
The temperature and precipitation of a particular area. Climate

Biomes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The frozen layer of soil beneath the surface Permafrost
A large biome covered in grass Grassland
Organisms that live at the bottom of the ocean Benthos
Little or no rain Arid
A minor biome that has bodies of water such as swamps or marshes Wetland
A biome often considered treeless or Arctic Tundra
A biome that's found on land is considered ___________ Terrestrial
A place where there's a group of plants animals with similar temperatures Biome
A very hot and dry biome Desert
Trees that produce their seeds in cones Conifers
A wetland formed when rivers connect with oceans Estuary
A type of tundra located at the North and South poles Polar
A type of tundra located near the tops of mountains Alpine
A biome with 4 seasons is called a ______________ forest Deciduous
A type of forest with heavy rainfall Rainforest
A type of biome often identified as a swampy coniferous forest Taiga
The area in a marine biome where it's shallow enough for light to pass through Photic Zone
A type of grassland with lots of shrubs Savanna
A climate with mild temperatures is defined as being _____________ Temperate
A minor biome that has freshwater and saltwater is defined as being _______ Aquatic

Biome crossword puzzle!

Type
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Description

A body of standing water, either natural or artificial, that is usually smaller than a lake pond
They are found in mountain regions worldwide. alpine
The second-rainiest biome. temperateforest
A barren area of land where little precipitation occurs and consequently living conditions are hostile for plant and animal life. Desert
An area of variable size filled with water, localized in a basin, that is surrounded by land. lake
A land area that is saturated with water, either permanently or seasonally, such that it takes on the characteristics of a distinct ecosystem. wetland
A large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat. biome
High rainfall,It has been estimated that there may be many millions of species of plants, insects and microorganisms still undiscovered. rainforest
It does not have much animal diversity, especially compared to the Savannah. temperategrassland
A type of biome where the tree growth is hindered by low temperatures and short growing seasons. tundra
A wetland that is forested. swamp
It is characterized by the trees being sufficiently widely spaced so that the canopy does not close. savanna
A body of water with a current, confined within a bed and banks. stream
The world's largest biome apart from the oceans. taiga
A natural flowing watercourse, it is usually freshwater. river
A body of saline water that composes much of a planet's hydrosphere. ocean

Ecosystems Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ecosystem
tundra
rainforest
migrate
habitat
environment
camouflage
saltwater
organism
instinct
grassland
desert
cactus
resources
mimicry
hibernate
freshwater
community
adaptation

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE ARCTIC Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ARCTIC
ARCTIC FOX
ARCTIC HARE
ARCTIC WOLF
BERRIES
CARIBOU
CAVES
COLD
ENDANGERED
FEATHERS
FISH
FUR
GLOBAL WARMING
HABITAT
HIBERNATE
IGLOO
MOUNTAINS
OCEAN
PEAKS
POLAR BEAR
POLAR DESERT
SEA ICE
SEAL
SUB ZERO
SUMMER
TUNDRA
VALLEY
WALRUS
WHALE
WILD LIFE
WIND SWEPT
WINTER

Habitats Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The place an animal lives it its_______. habitat
All the living and nonliving things in a place make up an_____________. environment
The way an animal looks to help it hide is called______. camouflage
The order in which animals eat other living things is called a_________. foodchain
Some animals_____, or stay in a deep sleep in the summer. estivate
An armadillo's hard plates are an________. adaptation
Some animals_______, or go into a deep sleep through the winter. hibernate
Many animals______ to warmer places to find food. migrate
This habitat gets lots of rain. rainforest
This habitat is the home to a raccoon. forest
This is a fresh water habitat. pond
This habitat is very hot and dry. desert
Polar bears call this habitat their home. tundra
This is a salt water habitat. ocean

Aquatic Biome Crossword

Type
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Description

Has cool temperatures, 5-16 ft. of rain. Consist of Pine, Redwood, and Sitka Spruce Temperate Rain Forest
Receives the most rain out of all the biomes. Tropical Rain Forest
Grassy plain in tropical and subtropical regions with few trees. Savanna
Hot summers, cold winters. 10 to 35 inches of rain. Temperate Grassland
Shrubland or heatland plant community found primarily in the U.S. state of California. Chaparrel
Constitute a large domain of prokaryotic micro-organism. Eubacteria
Any Eukaryotic organism that includes micro-organisms such as yeast & molds Fungus
action or process of adapting or being adapted Adaptation
Constitute a domain & kingdom of single-celled micro-organisms Archaebacteria
Place where an organism usually lives. Habitat
Large region characterized by a specific type of climate & certain types of plants & animal communities. Biome
Process in which different kinds of living organisms are thought to have developed & diversified from earlier life forms. Evolution
Process of breaking down food to yield energy. Cellular Respiration
Sequence in which energy is transferred from 1 organism to the next. Food Chain
Shows many feeding relationships that are possible in an ecosystem. Food Web
One of the steps in a food chain or food pyramid. Tropic Level
refers to the weather conditions, such as temperature, precipitation, humidity, and winds, in an area over a long period of time Climate
the distance north or south of the equator and is measured in degrees Latitude
the height of an object above sea level Altitude
this layer consists if the tallest trees, which reach heights of 60 to 70m Emergent Layer
considered the primary layer of the rain forest Canopy
a plant that uses another plant for support, but not for nourishment Epiphyte
Very little light reaches this layer Understory
a forest that is characterized by trees that shed their leaves in the fall Temperate Deciduous Forest
the northern coniferous forest that stretches in a broad band across the Northern Hemisphere just below the Arctic Circle Taiga
areas that have widely scattered vegetation and receive very little rain Desert
biome that is in northern arctic regions Tundra
in arctic regions, the permanently frozen layer of soil or subsoil Permafrost
Succession that begins in an area that previously did not support life. Primary Succession
Plant uses sunlight to make sugar for food. Photosynthesis
Bacteria that convert atmosphere nitrogen into ammonia. NItrogen-fixing bacteria
An organism that makes it's own food. Producer
Anything living. Organism
Organism that belongs to the kingdom protistia. Protist
Get their food by breaking down dead organisms. Decomposer
Organisms that get their energy from other organisms. Consumer
Animal that doesn't have a backbone. Invertebrate
Animals that have a backbone. Vertebrate.
A community of organisms and their abotic environment. Ecosystem
The tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets the stream. Estuary
The small and microscopic organisms drifting or floating in the sea or freshwater. Plankton

Home Sweet Biome Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

climate determines what types of plants grow here biome
this type of factor in the environment is nonliving abiotic
features that allow organisms to survive adaptations
a biome which has low average temperatures and small amounts of precipitation tundra
this biome has more precipitation than a tundra but has similar temperatures taiga
a type off tree who's thin leaves survive all year long coniferous
a biome in which the weather is very dry and receives very little rain desert
a biome with a variety of grasses and a few trees grasslands
this type of grassland has hot summers, cold winters and moderate precipitation temperate
this biome has trees that lose their leaves in the winter forests
this type of tree's leaves thrives in this forest all year around deciduous
this forest has a long cool season and a dry summer rainforest
this rain forest biome is warm all throughout the year, and receves a lot of rain tropical
a piece of land that is soaked with water for most of the year wetland
where a river meets a ocean estuary
an ecosystem that includes a water environment aquatic
water that has very little salt in it. freshwater
a large body of salty water oceans