1st Grade Science Glossary #2 
Learn and Practice Worksheets for home use and in school classrooms
 
This app is a continuation of the 1st grade science glossary series. Is your kid confused or guessing the meaning of certain science words? If so, this app can help. Each glossary word is clearly defined & explained with illustrations and voice narration that can be followed with ease. This app is designed to improve the science vocabulary skill of any child ages 5 - 7 years. The app covers various glossary terms of Life Science, Force & Motion, and Scientific Enquiry taught in schools.

App is ideally suited as a study aid in classrooms, homeschooling and a handy refresher at home. Voice narration, in every screen, will aid non-native English students in learning science vocabulary terms.

This wonderful app is divided into the following 3 learning and 3 practice units.

+ Life Science
+ Force & Motion
+ Scientific Enquiry

Following glossary words are covered in the app.
Life Science:
algae, amphibian, evaporate, extinct, flowers,
forest, fossil, gills, hatch, insect, larva,
leaves, living, mammal, nonliving, pollen, pupa,
reptile, roots, seed, seed coat, stem, surface,
tadpoles, water cycle, water vapor, weather

Force & Motion:
attract, change, curve, force, motion,
pull, push, reflect, refract, sink, speed

Scientific Enquiry:
mechanic, musical instrument, prism, product,
senses, shelter, solid, thermometer, vibrate,
wheel, zigzag

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