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Animals: Food Chains and Webs Discuss this eTheme.

These Websites are about food chains and food webs. Includes examples of webs and chains with animals from various biomes. Learn about consumers, producers, prey, predators, herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores. There is a short animated movie, online games, quizzes, and suggested classroom activities. Included is an eThemes resource on producers, consumers, and decomposers that has additional, related sites and activities.

Grades

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  • 5,
  • 6

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本网页不但提供了食物链和食物网的一些信息,还包含了相关范例。 向下滚动鼠标可以打印该页。注意 :此网站包括广告。
This site uses a cheetah and zebra to explain the roles of a predator and its prey in a food chain. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This site shows a food pyramid and explains food chains and webs through interactive sites. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This interactive tutorial teaches about food chains and what happens if one part of the chain is gone. NOTE: This site includes blog.
Print this handout and students can answer questions about the producers and consumers in the web.
Watch a movie with Tim and Moby about Food Chains, then take a pop quiz. There are also comics, an activity, and an experiment. NOTE: This site is available by subscription only.
Read about the different feeding relationships between organisms in an ecosystem. When you are finished, you can take an interactive quiz to test what you have learned. NOTE: This site includes discussion forum.
Review your knowledge of food chains and webs, biomass, and populations with the information on this site for older students. Includes a glossary and sample quiz.
Students can explore the ecological webs that exist in a coral reef environment with this interactive game. Select from the drop-down menus to learn more about the organisms that live there and other facts.
What happens to a food chain when one member is removed? These lesson activities let students explore how pesticides can enter a food chain and what happens to the other links when they do.
Choose one of four habitats, then sort the organisms into their proper level of the food web in this interactive game. When you have finished building your food web, click to see a completed version that you can print.
Play games by arranging a correct order of a food web of different habitats.
What is a producer, consumer, and decomposer? These are sites about these different kinds of organisms and how they interrelate to one another in food chains and food webs. There are experiments, games, other interactive features, and suggested classroom activities.

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