Energy (K-8)

The study of energy includes sources of energy, forms of energy, units of measurement, and even the study of the periodic table. Early on, students are required to demonstrate competency in elementary school science standards, complete elementary school science fair projects, and take elementary school science tests. With energy as with any other science topic, mastery of specialized scientific vocabulary words is one key to success. Read MoreRead Less

Even before the middle school science curriculum dictates, 4th grade science lesson plans require students to make the connection between abstract science terminology and real-life concrete applications. A great way to make these connections is by learning elementary science vocabulary through a fun and engaging medium.

The science vocabulary lists target the specific elementary school science core curriculum topics regarding energy and the corresponding middle school science definitions, providing them via a fun and effective educational tool. Students can play elementary school science games, print middle school science worksheets, and hear the correct pronunciation of middle school science words spoken in contextual sentences. With all of these options, students enjoy expending energy learning!

The following games are recommended for Energy (K-8) Lists.

SillyBulls gives students practice identifying the number of syllables in a word.

Play SillyBulls with a 1st grade Energy list.

Missing Letter provides practice unscrambling letters to form words.

Play Missing Letter with a 5th grade Energy list.

Paragraph Writing Practice allows students to create a paragraph using their spelling or vocabulary words.

Play Paragraph Writing Practice with a 7th grade Energy list.