Type
Word Search
Description

Audubon
Binoculars
Conservation
Earth Worm
Habitat
Hike
Nature
Oak
Robin
Sandhill Crane
Soil
Tree

Earth Day Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

streams
rivers
mother nature
air control
flowers
waste
mountains
pollution
clean air
plant
grass
litter
trees
green
water
soil
reuse
reduce
recycle
growth
environment
ecology
earth
conserve
animal

earth day Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

water
trees
soil
resource
reuse
reduce
recycle
preserve
plant
planet
habitat
green
environment
energy
ecosystem
earth
conserve
atmosphere

Natural Resources Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

soil
plants
minerals
oxygen
fuel
animals
sunlight
humans
environment
nature
water
air
population
earth
trees

Lake Superior View Hike Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

history
hiking
nature
birds
habitat
wildlife
breathtaking
cliff
squirrels
oak trees
view
Minnesota
Wisconsin
sticks
wilderness
tracks
trails
fish
pollution
Lake Superior
watershed

Plant Adaptations Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Coldest continent on the planet Antarctica
Biggest restriction to plant growth in the Antarctic Water
Characteristics of an organism that help it to survive in its environment Adaptations
Thin layer of soil that thaws throughout the year active layer
Example of a vascular plant tree
Lack of precipitation dry
Development in size growth
Adaptation to conserve water small leaves
Ability to survive on bare rock lichen
Areas of the Earth half referred to as 'of Cancer' Tropics
Adaptation that prevents water being lost through transpiration by trapping the water particles waxy leaves
Prevents animals from eating the organism Spines
Fleshy plants that retain water Succulents
A change or slight difference in condition variation
Invisible line along the circumference of the Earth Equator
The surroundings or conditions in which an organism operates Environment
The natural home or environment of an organism habitat
Climate or conditions; difficult to survive in harsh
Of or during the day diurnal
The state of the atmosphere at a particular place and time weather

Ecology Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

home
human
air
respire
habitat
ecosystem
web
chain
glucose
food
flora
fauna
forest
reef
swamp
dessert
marine
flowers
trees
humous
worms
microorganisms
plants
animals
omnivore
carnivore
herbivore
energy
chlorophyll
sun
photosynthesis
producers
consumers
decomposers
carbon
Environment

Horticulture Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

cuttings
geranium
begonia
marigold
perennial
primula
pansy
subsoil
loamy
clay
sandy
chickweed
dandelion
soil
weed
secateurs
ladybird
node
pruning
worm
Buddleia
snail
annual
centipede

Garden Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Outdoors
Gardener
Pots
Seasonal
Grow
Yard
Dirt
Digging
Fertilization
Gloves
Leaves
Worms
Wheelbarrow
Water
Weeding
Vegetable
Sunflower
Strawberry
Stem
Soil
Seeds
Ladybug
Herbs
Harvest
Greenhouse
Mulch
Beds
Compost
Flowers
Fruit
Fence
Bucket
Gate
Garden
Shovel

Biome Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

part of Earth in which life exists including land, water, and air or atmosphere; Near to the earth's surface Biosphere
permanently frozen layer of soil beneath the surface of the ground, in the tundra Permafrost
primarily microscopic organisms that occupy the upper water layers in both freshwater and marine ecosystems. The basis for most food chains in the open oceans plankton
a small, particular part of a habitat in which particular organisms live; for example, beneath the bark of a tree within a forest habitat microhabitat
The ability to keep in existence or maintain. A sustainable ecosystem is one that can be maintained. Maintain Equilibrium sustainability
the process in which natural habitat is rendered functionally unable to support the species present. In this process, the organisms, which previously used the site, are displaced or destroyed, reducing biodiversity. due to human activity or a catastrophic event Habitat loss
(ecology) the gradual and orderly process of change in an ecosystem brought about by the progressive replacement of one community by another until a stable climax is established succession
A biome in eastern North America, Asia, Australia, and Western Europe characterized by moist, temperate climates Context: A deciduous forest includes trees such as elm, maple, and oak that have leaves that change color in autumn and fall off every winter Deciduous Forest
A biome characterized by a hot, wet climate found near the equator Context: Some tropical forests are rain forests, where it rains much of the time; others have a wet and a dry season. Tropical Rain Forest
A biome in a temperate climate, including the American Midwest, the pampas in Central South America, and the steppes in central Eurasia Context: Antelope, bison, and wolves are among the animals that live in grasslands. Grasslands

Habitat & Conservation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

When trees are cut down to a mass extent. Deforestation
A charity to help conserving to the natural world. Greenpeace
An animal that kills and eats its prey. Predator
When a plant makes its own food. Photosynthesis
Where the oil is spillled. Oceans
When the air is damaged causing global warming. Pollution
When you go against the most popular descision and makes it clear that they think something different. Protesting
When most mammals sleep in winter to store energy. Hibernation
When organisms change their features or behaviour to camouflage into their habitat. Adaptation
When a group of animals and/or plants live in the same habitat. Community