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Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)

Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)
Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)
Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)
Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)
Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)
Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)
Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)
Desert Food Web Scenario (Cut & Paste Activity for Interactive Notebooks)
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In this activity designed for Interactive Science Notebooks, students will cut out desert organisms and create a food web based on the provided story. After assembling the food web in their notebooks, students will determine what role(s) each organism plays in the scenario.

Students should be familiar with the following terms:
producer
prey
predator
autotroph
heterotroph
decomposer
primary consumer
secondary consumer
tertiary consumer
scavenger
carnivore
omnivore
herbivore
parasite
host

NOTE: This activity is part of my Ecosystems and Interdependence for Interactive Notebooks product. Please DO NOT purchase this product if you already own it.

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7 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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