Learning about natural disasters in your homeschool is a great way to help your children discover fun and interesting science topics that they may find of interest. If you don’t have earthquakes where you live, for example, they may not be well understood. There are many vocabulary terms for earthquakes that can be confusing, so we have put together a free copywork notebook of earthquake terminology. This is a free instant download that you can use to supplement your science study of earthquakes.
Help kids learn about earthquakes with this set of earthquake terminology copywork. When they have completed it, they’ll have a notebook they can save, complete with borders they can color if they choose to. In this set, they’ll learn the definition of earthquake, seismometer, magnitude, Richter scale, hypocenter, epicenter, fault, fault plane, seismic waves, and tectonic plates. Copywork is for print handwriting practice. Twelve pages total. Download yours free today!
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