Explore how energy flows through an ecosystem with this hands-on food webs unit study! Learn about producers, consumers, and decomposers, build your own food chains and food webs, and discover the feeding relationships in your local ecosystems with this printable ecology unit for kids!
Age range: these materials are suitable for a wide variety of grade levels, homeschool, and mixed-age group classrooms. These materials are best suited to early elementary through middle school.
Materials Included (24 PDF pages total)
•Introductory handout and brainstorming activity
•An ecosystem poster
•32 ecosystem member flashcards
•3 flashcard activity guides (for learning about ecosystem roles, building food chains, and building food webs!)
•11 info cards with key vocabulary
•Ecosystem observation worksheet
•A wildlife research project worksheet
•An instructor guide and answer key
+ Free bonus online materials:
•Background info on food webs + a bonus printable food web poster – click here.
•A list of trusted reference websites for researching wildlife – click here.
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→The activities in this pack should be completed with adult supervision. Outdoor activities may involve certain risks including but not limited to trips/falls, exposure to the elements, wildlife, etc. Do not complete the outdoor activities in unsafe areas or conditions (steep terrain, bad weather, etc.).
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