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Natural Science KEY

S
5 10

A T U R
1 8

B N D

I G B

O X Y
4 6

G E

N H Q U A K E N G

B T

R E A R T V I T Y T U D E

A C T E R
7 3

L A T S T

M M U N E

Across: 1. type of atom, with hydrogen, found in a water molecule (OXYGEN) 3. imaginary horizontal lines used to map locations on the Earth's surface (LATITUDE) 4. occurs when the Earth's surface is shaken by a release of pressure from below (EARTHQUAKE) 7. _________ system; bodily system that protects us from the negative types of 4. ACROSS (IMMUNE) 10. most damaging part of a hurricane (WIND)

Down: 2. Newton made pioneering contributions to the study of this natural phenomenon (GRAVITY) 5. scientific theory about the sudden beginning of the universe (2 words) (BIG BANG) 6. one of the five senses, this one is closely tied to smell (TASTE) 8. most common organism on Earth, main culprit in the spread of disease (BACTERIA) 9. second largest planet in our solar system (SATURN)

Science Process Skills KEY


Please complete the crossword puzzle below

6 8

M
7

H Y

O T

H E S I

Z E A S U

B S E
2

10

O R G
9

R E

C O R D V E

E Y Z
4

L A S S I N F Y E

A N A L

N I Z E
5

S T
3

M A C T E

P R E D I

Across: 1. Writing down something for use (RECORD) 3. To come to a conclusion based on results (INFER) 5. To state a possible outcome (PREDICT) 8. To propose a solution or explanation to a problem (HYPOTHESIZE) 9. To examine results using different methods; such as tables and graphs, in order to establish relationships (ANALYZE)

Down: 2. Grouping items together based on similarities or common characteristics (CLASSIFY) 4. To give an approximate value, size or number (ESTIMATE) 6. Sizing up a quantity by comparing it to a standard (MEASURE) 7. To notice something through careful attention (OBSERVE) 10. To put separate parts together in order to form a better picture (ORGANIZE)

Scientific Method KEY


Please complete the crossword puzzle below
13 5 10

E S E A G R A M R C H

12

G
2

R A P H R

O N T R O L L E D E X P E R I
7 6 11

R E D I C E T I O E N T I O S T M A T E
3

D I A B L E

C I E N
4

T A B L C

E S M O D E L

B
1

I F I I C

S C I

E R V A T I O

I N S T R U M E N T H E O

C O M M U N I E E N T I F I

C A T E C L A W

R Y

14

S C I

Across: 1. Method used to demonstrate an experiment or to imitate a phenomenon (SCIENTIFIC MODEL) 3. Size or amount of a quantity as compared to a standard (INSTRUMENT) 4. Rows or columns showing data in some order (TABLES) 7. To make known orally or in writing (COMMUNICATE) 8. Pictorial representations that are used to show outlines or functionality (DIAGRAM) 12. Lines, bars, etc. used to relate two sets of

Down: 2. A principle put forward to explain observed facts (SCIENTIFIC THEORY) 5. Something that changes or can be changed in an experiment (VARIABLES) 6. To notice through careful attention (OBSERVATION) 9. A statement of a possible outcome (PREDICTION) 10. Experiment with all the variables held constant except the one under study (CONTROLLED EXPERIMEN)

numbers (GRAPH) 14. A generalization based on many consistent experimental results (SCIENTIFIC LAW)

11. To give an approximate value to a quantity (ESTIMATE) 13. Scientific or scholarly search (RESEARCH)