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Science Vocabulary

Across
HOW HEAVY OR LIGHT SOMETHING IS
THE PROCESS IN WHICH WATER CONTINUOUSLY MOVES FROM EARTHS SURFACE INTO THE ATMOSPHERE
THE STRENGTH OR ENERGY THAT MOVES AN OBJECT
THE ACT OF GOING FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER
WATER THAT FALLS FROM THE CLOUD TO THE EARTH'S SURFACE
THE CHANGE FROM A LIQUID TO A GAS
THE PROCESS OF ROCKS BREAKING APART
THE DROPPING OF WEATHERED ROCKS DUE TO WIND WATER OR MOVING ICE
A FORCE THAT SLOWS THINGS DOWN
THE WAY TOWARD WHICH SOMETHING FORCES OR MOVES.
THE TENDENCY TO DO NOTHING OR TO REMAIN UNCHANGED
Down
A PATH ALONG WHICH ELECTRIC CHARGES CAN FLOW
FORCE USED TO MOVE SOMETHING OVER A DISTANCE
THE MIXTURE OF GASES THAT SURROUNDS EARTH
THE CHANGE FROM A GAS INTO A LIQUID
MATERIALS THAT DON'T CONDUCT HEAT .
THE PROCESS OF MOVING WEATHERED ROCKS FROM ONE PLACE TO A NEXT.
THE AMOUNT OF SPACE BETWEEN AN OBJECT
THE TRANSFER OR MOVEMENT OF HEAT WITHOUT MATTER TO CARRY IT
THE FORCE THAT PULLS THINGS TOWARD THE EARTH