It’s a term we hear all the time in science, but what exactly is a “biome”? What makes up a biome? Do your kids know what the differences are between tundra and taiga or tropical dry forests and tropical rain forests? This FREE Biome & Habitat Terminology Copywork Notebook can help!
This FREE Biome & Habitat Terminology Copywork Notebook helps students practice their handwriting skills while learning 20 key terms and definitions related to biomes and habitats. Each copywork page also includes a fun border of geometric shapes the student can color and use to design their own patterns if they choose.
The twenty key terms in this unit are:
- ecological equivalents
- coral reef
- temperate coniferous forest
- temperate deciduous forest
- tropical dry forest
- tropical rain forest
It’s the perfect way to work some science into your handwriting practice!
Don’t forget to check out all the other titles in our Vocabulary Copywork series! It includes math, science, history, and much more!
Here are some more biome and habitat resources we think you’ll enjoy!
- FREE Biome and Habitat Notebooking Research Journal
- FREE Animal Habitat Printables: Land Animals, Ponds and Rivers, Oceans
- Animals of the Desert Printables
- Printables to Help Your Kids Learn About Lizards
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