I’ve never been much of a water person (probably because I can’t swim). But if I ever had the chance to somehow see a coral reef, it would be amazing. These complex, intricately designed living structures, with their beautiful colors and brightly patterned inhabitants, would be a sight to behold! Whether you’re a water person or prefer to stay on land, you can help your kids learn more about these incredible structures with this FREE Coral Reef Vocabulary Copywork.
There are 20 key words defined for your students in this FREE Coral Reef Vocabulary Copywork. Each word and definition is provided along with lines for copying them. It’s the perfect way to combine science with handwriting practice while learning about the underwater world of coral reefs!
This unit includes definitions for:
- barrier reef
- blue coral
- coral reef
- coral sand cays
- coral skeleton
- coralline algae
- fringing reef
- staghorn coral
- stony coral
Plus, each page has a fun patterned border your kids can color and design if they choose!
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