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E COLOGY FOR K IDS Lesson 15 Vocabulary Story By Federico Arana
ORGANISMS An individual form of life. There are many organisms that live in a pond.
DIRECTLY Straight. The sign showed how to directly get to the park.
AFFECT To cause a change in something or someone. Lack of gravity will have the affect of causing one to float in space.
TRACES A very small amount. The man swept up traces of dirt on the floor.
VAST Very great in area; huge. The desert was a vast, hot land.
HABITATS The place where a plant or an animal naturally lives. A rainforest is an example of the many habitats on Earth.
VARIETY A number of different things within the same group or category. A grocery store has a variety of food.
SPECIES A group of animals or plants that are similar and are able to mate and have offspring. There are many species of dogs.
BANNED To forbid by making illegal. The use of cell phones is banned in school.
RADIATION Energy that travels through space as rays or waves. The radiation from the sun can make ice cream melt on a hot summer day.
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