What am I? Volcano Vocabulary Builder Activity

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Welcome! In this full-page What am I? Volcano Vocabulary Builder Activity, students match twenty-two terms to their “What am I?” descriptions. Students reinforce their understanding for the following terms – active volcano, caldera, cinder, cinder cone, composite volcano, crater, dormant volcano, extinct volcano, igneous rock, lava, magma, Mediterranean Zone, Mid-Atlantic Ridge, quiet eruption, Ring of Fire, shield volcano, vent, volcanic ash, volcanic bomb, volcanic dust, volcano, and volcanologist. I assign this activity in my middle school earth science course.
I included a word bank. I also provided a key with the answers in red font.
This PDF file will become editable upon conversion to Microsoft Word using an Adobe Acrobat Reader DC app.
This activity correlates with the following volcano-themed lessons in my store.
  • Volcanoes and Earthquakes Crossword Puzzle Set
  • Volcano Fill-in-the-Blank Study Guide
  • Volcano Formation Coloring Analysis Classification Activity
  • Volcanoes and Earthquakes Homework Quiz 
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