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FCAT Science Energy

FCAT Science 5th grade Vocabulary Energy

Vocabulary WordsDefinitions
energy transfer is the movement of heat from one thing to another.
producer is a living thing that can make its own food.
consumer is a living thing that uses other living things as food for energy.
decomposer is a living thing that breaks down dead plants and animals for food.
heat is energy that transfers from warmer to cooler objects.
temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy of a substance. Things with energy have higher temperatures than things with less energy.
potential energy is stored energy that can be used to do work.
kinetic energy is the energy of an object in motion.
energy The ability to do work or cause change; the ability to move an object some distance.
electromagnet a metal object that acts as a magnet when an electric current moves through it.
Created by: mcgeocsa