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Savind th Rain Forest Vocabulary Words Sixth Grade Unit 1 Week 4
Words to Know basin charities erosion evaporates industrial exported recycled tropics
all the land drained by a river and the streams that flow into it. basin tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
organizations for helping those in need or the environment. charities tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
an imaginary circle around the middle of the Earth. equator tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
process of gradually wearing away by glaciers, running water, waves, or wind. erosion tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
changes from a liquid to a gas. evaporates tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
Sent goods out of one country to be sold in another exported tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
engaged in or connected with business, trade, or manufactured goods. industrial tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
processed or treated so it can be used again. recycled tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
regions near the equator that are also the hottest parts of the Earth. recycled tropics recycled industrial exported evaporates erosion equator charities basin
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? I live down south near the equator. Imaginary line around the earth in the heat
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? The water at the dam drained into the basin. Land draining by a river flooding
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? I belonged to a charity that helps people raise money for cancer. Organization that helps party
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? I erosion on the glacier caused it to break apart. Points and spikes Wearing away of
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? The water evaporates from my glass quickly in the hot weather. melts disappears
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? China exported the fabric for the tarps we use in America. Goods from another country The material needed for the product
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? He recycled his plastic to better the environment. Material thrown away Material to be used again
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? He lived in the tropic where it is very hot. Region where it is cold Region near the equator
Which means the same thing as the underlined word? What are some industrial uses for coal? Traditional commercial
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