Aim: How do predator and prey populations relate to each other?

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This lesson teaches students about the cyclical relationship between predators and their prey. Lesson is divided into two parts. In the first part, students go outside or to a gym and play “fox rabbit carrot.” Easy to read rules and instructions are included in the lesson. This activity is GREAT for kinesthetic learners.

I actually got this idea because a science teacher of mine had us play this same game. Eighteen years later, it is my one lasting memory from that class!

Once the game is finished, students graph the data from the game. They then make another graph using the same technique they used for the game data, and answer a series of questions.

Zip file contains: 1.Powerpoint 2.PDF, to guarantee formatting and for easy printing, 3.Word document, to make it easier to edit.
Document is a conglomeration of my original material and material from other sources. Price reflects this. I have made a good-faith effort to include everything non-original in the free preview download.

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45 Minutes

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Aim: How do predator and prey populations relate to each other?
Aim: How do predator and prey populations relate to each other?
Aim: How do predator and prey populations relate to each other?
Aim: How do predator and prey populations relate to each other?