Life Science
Physical Science
Earth Science
Nature of Science
Wildcard
100

Male part of the plant 

Stamen

100

One way to speed up the dissolving process

Magnets, Sifter/Sieve, hands, forceps, static electricity, evaporation 

100

A rocky or metallic that orbits the Sun and is much smaller than a planet.

Asteroid

100

Can be answered by an experiment, observation, or an investigation 

Testable Question 

100

To arrange in a specific order or group by categories based on similarities

Classify 

200

Where pollen is produced

Anther

200

A change in matter that maintains its properties

Physical Change

200

A large body that orbits a star and does not produce its own light.

Planet 

200

To look at trends in the data collected

Analyzing data

200

Multiple sets of measurements or observations in a scientific investigation or experiment

Trials

300

Attracts pollinators 

Petals

300

Rusting, decaying, burning, cooking

Chemical Change

300

An object made of rocks, dust, gas, and ice that revolves around the Sun 

Comets

300

Explanation based on evidence that is NOT directly observed. 

Inference

300

A group in a scientific experiment that serves as a reference for comparison, the group that remains unchanged

Control Group 

400

Female part of the plant

Pistil

400

Takes the shape of a container and has a definite volume.

Liquid 

400

Consisting of gas, dust and many stars including objects orbiting the stars.

Galaxy 

400

A belief that cannot be verified through measurements or data

Opinion 

400

Process that rocks and other surfaces are BROKEN down by wind, water, ice, temperature change, and plants 

Weathering 

500

Provides support for the plant, transports nutrients

Stem 

500

Energy can...

Cause motion or create change

500

Called terrestrial planets , rocky dense surfaces with few or no moons, warm temperatures, no rings, have mass, rotate on an axis, revolve around the sun

Inner Planets 

500

An investigation that uses a picture, idea, or object that represents an object or process.

Model

500

The average pattern of weather conditions in a certain location over many years.

Climate

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