Collecting resources about food chains and food webs?
I pulled these resources out of my More about Land Mammals
product just for teachers who want to focus on teaching food chains and food webs.
You can choose the animals you want to feature as you present food chains and food webs
. Choose from frogs
, and wild cats
. You could have different teams in the class working on different animals!
This product could be part of a unit that meets NGSS 5-PS3-1♦ and 5-LS2-1◊.
Here's what I included in the product:
♥ A quick overview of the food chain and food web for a bobcat
♥ A fun activity using paper strips, choose from blackline or color images, English text or Spanish text - kids love to take this home to share with family members
♥ A video that shows students how to do the activity - some students need to see it more than once!
♥ Seven PowerPoint™ presentations* that makes it easier to introduce the plants and animals in the grassland, food chains and food webs for bobcats, and scavengers and decomposers
♥ A short text for students to read. You can choose from three reading levels (grade 1-grade 5) in English and two in Spanish. You can print color images or blackline images for students to color.
♥ The five versions of the student text has been recorded for students who benefit from hearing the information
♥ Four different options for assessing: quick, pencil-and-paper, for the struggling student, and for the capable student
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♦ Use models to describe that energy in animals’ food (used for body repair, growth, motion, and to maintain body warmth) was once energy from the sun.
◊ Develop a model to describe the movement of matter among plants, animals, decomposers, and the environment.
Note: 40 of the pages are worksheets designed to save you time!