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Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit

Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit
Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit
Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit
Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit
Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit
Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit
Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit
Ecosystems and Food Webs Stations: A Big Science Stations Unit
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Ecosystems and Food Webs: A Big Science Stations Unit about food webs and ecosystem interactions

Ecosystems! includes 9 station activities to use with upper elementary students. The centers focus on food webs and ecosystem interactions.

A lot of the stations are open-ended and may not have precise answers. Students are encouraged to think and analyze in order to draw conclusions about ecosystems. Everything you need is included!

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Stations:
Read It: Students read 2 information cards about food webs and abiotic and biotic factors in ecosystems and complete a chart with important information.

Create It: Students create a food web using cards and a chart.

Tech It: Students watch 2 video clips, take on online quiz, then write and draw about what they learned.

Match It: Students match ecosystem scenario cards to the card that best identifies the interactions among biotic and abiotic elements. Then, they write their own interaction for each card.

Analyze It: Students analyze a photo of a girl feeding a giraffe as the zoo.

Draw It: Students draw illustrations for four vocabulary terms.

Explore It: Students make their own ecosystem pyramid for the organism of their choice.

Explain It: Students interpret a food web of a freshwater marsh.

Sort It: Students sort organisms as consumers, decomposers, or producers. They check their work using an Answer Key, then describe the main difference between the three.

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Product Notes
1. This file is not editable.
2. Please see the preview to learn more about the 9 stations included.
3. Please don't purchase both this file and the BIG Science Stations Units Bundle. You will have duplicate items.

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Total Pages
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