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Guess the Covered Word Habitats and Organism
Say It! Habitat Habitat Piedmont Piedmont Mountains Mountains Atlantic Ocean Atlantic Ocean Marsh Marsh Swamp SwampRidge
Say It! Valley Valley Coast Coast Appalachian Plateau Appalachian Plateau Region Region Organism Organism Feature Feature
Say It! Thrive Thrive sand sand Plant Plant Flora Flora Fauna Fauna Adaption Adaption
Say It! Fresh water Fresh water Pollution Pollution Litter Litter Natural Resource Natural Resource Endangered Species Endangered Species
A place where a plant or animal naturally grows or lives. Habitat
Piedmont Land at the base of a mountain or mountains.
Mountains A rocky, natural raised part of the Earth’s surface.
Atlantic Ocean Saltwater habitat that touches the East Coast off Georgia.
Marsh A soft, grassy habitat that is usually covered with water.
swamp A soft, bushy habitat that is usually covered with water.
Coast Land along the side of the ocean; seashore
Ridge The long, narrow top edge of hills or mountains
Valley The low land lying between hills or mountains and usually having a river or stream flowing through it.
Appalachian Plateau The region on the east side of the United States that includes the Appalachian Mountains and the Piedmont plateau.
Region An area or part; Georgia is divided into 3 main regions
Organism Any living thing.
Feature Plants and animals traits or characteristics.
Thrive Plants and animals ability to grow.
Sand A type of soil that does not hold water.
Plant Any living (usually green) thing able to make its own food using the sun’s energy.
Flora The plants of a region.
Fauna The animals of a certain region.
Thermometer An instrument for measuring temperature.
Adaptation Plants and animals ability to change in order to survive in their habitat.
Fresh Water Water without salt
Pollution When a habitat is made dirty and unsafe for living.
Litter Unwanted trash making the habitat dirty.
Natural Resource Something supplied by nature to use, such as coal, oil, water; not man made.
Endangered Species Any living thing close to dying out.
Let’s review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment.
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