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Food Chain.The greatest amount of energy comes from the producers.

Here's an interesting food chain activity. Animals need plants for food, shelter, shade. and plants need animals for fertilizing soil, dispersing seed.

Food Chain Activity - free hands-on science activity for 4th and 5th grade elementary kids. Part of a complete unit on Ecosystems: Ecosystems & the Food Chain. Meets Common Core and NGSS.

From Mystery Science: Food Chain Activity - free hands-on science activity for and grade elementary kids. Part of a complete unit on Ecosystems: Ecosystems & the Food Chain. Meets Common Core and NGSS.

This is a great site with explanations and games related to food chains-- once again this could be used within our science lesson and social studies. One main focus is how everybody depends on one another, both humans and animals. These games and activities will elaborate on this topic. --EM

Looks like a cool site! Biological Sciences: Great site with kid-friendly explanations and games related to food chains and other topics.

The Science Penguin: Teach It: Ecosystems and Food Chains

7 Ideas to Teach Ecosystems and Food Webs

The Science Penguin: Teach It: Ecosystems and Food Chains Third Grade: Being part o a group helps animals obtain food defend themselves, and cope with changes. Groups may serve different functions and vary dramatically in size.

Food Chain Writing Activity (English & Spanish)

After discussing food chains, students will draw and write about a food chain. Encourage students to use academic vocabulary they are currently learning.

Food Chain Collage - such a great way integrate science and art. Fun extension for Project Learning Tree's Web of Life activity.

This was a collaborative project I did with one of the Science teachers at my school. He was teaching his kids about food chains and wa.

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Food Chain War [printable card game] -- great idea for 7th grade.  Make it a bit more complex for them (producer, detritivore, primary consumer, secondary consumer, tertiary, etc.)

At School "Field Trip" Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Food Chain War [printable card game]

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