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3rd Grade Science Vocabulary: Animals & Plants of GeorgiaMrs. Thornburg’s version
Vocabulary in 3rd Grade Animals & Plants of GeorgiaHabitat Hibernation Balance Trait Wetland Mountain Camouflage Reproduce Environment Drought Survive Migration Piedmont Adaptation Ecosystem Mimicry Coastal Plain
What do we call the place in an ecosystem where a plant or animal lives?
What do we call a high, raised part of Earth’s surface?
What do we call the region of Georgia that contains rolling hills and is located between the coastal plain and the mountains? Blue Ridge Cumberland Plateau Ridge and Valley Piedmont Coastal Plains
Piedmont Blue Ridge Cumberland Plateau Ridge and Valley PiedmontCoastal Plains
What do we call not having too many or too few of any kind of living thing?
What do we call a long period of time with very little rain?
What do we call everything that surrounds a living thing?
What do we call a characteristic or feature of a plant or animal?
What do we call land that is covered with water most of the time?
What do we call spending cold times in an inactive or resting state?
What do we call hiding or disguising something by covering it up or changing the way it looks so it blends with its environment?
What is another word for “to stay alive”?
What do we call traveling from one region or climate to another and then back again?
What is another word for “to produce (make) new living things?
What do we call a feature that helps a living thing survive?
What do we call imitating the appearance or behavior of a different, more dangerous animal for protection?
What do we call all living and non-living things that interact in one place?
What do we call an area of low, flat land near an ocean?
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