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E COLOGY FOR K IDS Lesson 15 Vocabulary Story By Federico Arana
ORGANISMS An individual form of life. There are many organisms that live in a pond.
DIRECTLY Straight. The sign showed how to directly get to the park.
AFFECT To cause a change in something or someone. Lack of gravity will have the affect of causing one to float in space.
TRACES A very small amount. The man swept up traces of dirt on the floor.
VAST Very great in area; huge. The desert was a vast, hot land.
HABITATS The place where a plant or an animal naturally lives. A rainforest is an example of the many habitats on Earth.
VARIETY A number of different things within the same group or category. A grocery store has a variety of food.
SPECIES A group of animals or plants that are similar and are able to mate and have offspring. There are many species of dogs.
BANNED To forbid by making illegal. The use of cell phones is banned in school.
RADIATION Energy that travels through space as rays or waves. The radiation from the sun can make ice cream melt on a hot summer day.
Ecology for Kids Vocabulary. habitats Forests and oceans are types of habitats that support different plants and animals..
The Sun’s Energy The Sun releases a huge amount of energy into the space around it. It’s the same amount of energy as 100 billion tons of TNT exploding.
You could think of it as an animal’s home. One habitat can be a home for lots of different animals.
Lesson #2: Lesson #2: Habitats Provide Basic Needs for Organisms Pages
4th Grade Chapter 1 Classifying Plants and Animals Coley Hembree
Energy in Ecosystems Competition in ecosystems. Energy in Ecosystems Relationships in ecosystems Re-cap In a previous lesson 3 different relationships.
Organization of Living things The different levels.
+ Environment of a Habitat. + What is a habitat? A habitat is a place where an organism lives. We call it home. There is food, water and air in a habitat.
Light. What is Light? Light is a type of energy that travels as a wave. – Electromagnetic Wave – Type of wave that does not need a medium to travel –
Compare Radiation & Conduction (Part 2) Contrasting Case Activity 4b Weather & Water, Investigation 4.
Plant and Animal Scavenger Hunt through the Desert As you travel through the biome see how many plants and animals you can find!
To Live on Mars By Ben and Richard. Welcome Hello and welcome to Lake Dry Richard is responsible for our environment. Ben is responsible for the location.
Rainforests A rainforest is a biome ( an area with similar climate). Climate - based on temperature and amount of rainfall Most rainforests are in South.
Energy is defined simply by scientists as the capacity for doing work. Energy.
Science skills: what does adaptation mean? Lesson objectives: All students will recognise the meaning of the term adaptation Most students will be able.
ATMOSPHERE NOTES September 2, What is weather? Weather is the condition of Earth’s atmosphere at a specific time and place.
Today’s Agenda… Bellringer: Which energy source do you think is the best alternative to fossil fuels in our area? Explain why. Take up homework on Energy.
Earth Systems and Patterns: SC.5.E.7.3
BIODIVERSITY Term first used in 1988 by Edward O. Wilson Bio= life Diversity= difference or variety Biodiversity= variety of life.
The ocean has many resources that are used everyday by people all over the world. ◦ Oxygen ◦ Energy ◦ Food Oxygen, energy, and food are only a few resources.
Biome Research By D.C. Fortenberry (http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/grasslands.htm)
Forms of Energy. Mechanical Thermal Chemical Electrical Electromagnetic Nuclear Energy can be transferred, or converted, from one form to another!
Question 1 – 1 point Define adaptation. Question 1 – 1 point Define adaptation. a change in characteristics that allows an organism to better survive.
Ecosystems I Ecosystems Food chains Food webs Biotic/Abiotic
Harcourt Journeys: Story Selection Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott.
Ecology The study of how living things interact with their environment.
Trivia Question of the Day. Lesson #4: Insolation.
POPULATIONS & ECOSYSTEM. BIOSPHERE The thin upper part of earth’s surface and its atmosphere is capable of supporting life.
Interactions with the Environment I am Learning how plants interact with the Sun’s light and heat to support life on Earth. I am Learning how plants interact.
Biomes of the World 5.1.
The Necessities of Life
Chapter 15 Section 1.5. Mechanical Energy Mechanical energy is energy associated with the POSTION and MOTION. Mechanical energy is a COMBINATION of the.
Bell Ringer: Feb. 11 th, 2015 Brainstorming: List everything you remember about Ecology.
Kido Associates: JuliaOliviaKaylynnEvelin Presented to Mrs. Kido April 2012 Savannah.
Energy. Energy Whenever an object is moved a distance by some force we say that work has been done on that object. The ability to do work is called energy.
Why would anyone want to explore space? Vocabulary Words.
Interactions of Living Things
The Unit Organizer 1.Current Unit: Humans in Space 2.Last Unit: Scientific Method 3.Next Unit: Cells 4.Bigger Picture: Life in the Solar System.
What does it mean to be alive? Investigation 2.2 Is it Alive? Uses Energy Exchanges gasses Responds to Stimuli Reproduce Grow & Develop.
Relationships within Ecosystems
Earth’s Energy Budget Ch ways heat can be transferred: Conduction Conduction Convection Convection Radiation Radiation.
We are learning about the pond. Ponds usually have four seasons. Sometimes they are hot or cold. Ponds are small bodies of fresh water.
The number and variety of species living in an area.
Forms of Energy. Conservation of Energy Energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can only be changed from one form to another. The above statement is.
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Forms of Energy All pictures are from Microsoft office 365.
Thermal Energy Heat moves through liquids by the process of _______. A: Convection.
What If The Sun Disappeared?
Ecology Review. Environment Living Things Energy Types of Interactions Misc. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
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