Use a PowerPoint™ presentation
to introduce the parts of a killer whale's food chain. All the images are copyright free!
Students color and cut out or simply cut out images of phytoplankton, zooplankton, Chinook salmon, and a killer whale and then combine them with string to create a simple mobile
. Choose from color images or blackline images, English or Spanish text.
can be shown to help students construct their mobile.
Use the images on the last page to create a quick assessment
of student understanding.
Quick and easy!
Like this product? Here are the food chain mobiles you can find in our store: BUTTERFLIES
, and BOBCATS
This activity could be part of a unit to meet NGSS 5-LS2-1: Develop a model to describe the movement of matter among plants, animals, decomposers, and the environment.
RESOURCES IN OUR STORE FOR MARINE MAMMALS
• An Introduction to Marine Mammals
• All About Marine Mammals
• More About Marine Mammals
• Whale Predator Game
• Whale Review Spinner
• Food Chain Mobile for a Killer Whale
• Life Cycle Mobile for a Killer Whale
• Whale I Have Who Has Game
• Make a Killer Whale Map for Puget Sound
• Make a Killer Whale Map for the US West Coast
• Make a Killer Whale Map for the World
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