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Science: Unit B Chapter 2 Hosted by Mrs. Tweedie
100 200 400 300 400 Living Things and Food Food Chain Energy Pyramid Food Webs 300 200 400 200 100 500 100
Row 1, Col 1 A living thing that makes its own food. What is a producer?
1,2 A living thing that breaks down dead things for food. Fungi, mushrooms, earthworms What are decomposers?
1,3 It shows that the amount of usable energy in an ecosystem is less for each higher animal in the food chain. What is an energy pyramid?
1,4 A model that shows how food chains overlap in an ecosystem. What is a food web?
2,1 A living thing that eats other living things as food. What is a consumer?
2,2 To work together. What is interact?
2,3 What are plants? They are at the bottom of the energy pyramid. 1
2,4 An animal that hunts another for food. What is a predator?
3,1 eats only plants sheep and deer What is a herbivore?
3,2 All living things need it to live Producers get it from sunlight. Consumers get it from food. What is energy?
3,3 What are plant-eating animals? 1 They are second on the energy pyramid. 1 2
3,4 An animal that is hunted. What is prey?
4,1 a consumer that gets food by eating other animals lions, owls, hawks What are carnivores?
4,2 It shows how energy moves through the environment. What is a food chain?
4,3 They are third on the energy pyramid. What are animals that eat other animals? 1 2 3
4,4 Two things on this web that get their energy directly from the sun. What are trees and grass?
5,1 eat both plants and animals most people, bears, turtles What are omnivores?
5,2 It would come next in the food chain. What is a turtle?
5,3 They are at the top on the energy pyramid. What are animals that are not usually eaten by other animals? 1 2 3 4
5,4 What are the robin, and mouse? Two animals on this web that are both predator and prey.
Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? Ecosystems 1 Producers, Consumers & Decomposers 1 Ecosystems 2 Producers, Consumers & Decomposers 2 Ecosystems 3.
Energy Flow. Who eats what in an ecosystem? Ecosystems are structured by who eats whom. A trophic level is the position that an organism occupies in.
Food Chains and Food Webs
Living Things Depend On One Another.
How is an organism’s energy role determined in an ecosystem?
Energy Flow in the Ecosystem. Food chain – shows which organisms each which in an ecosystem.
Food Chains Food Chain What do food chains show? What do the arrows represent? A series of events in which one organism eats another and obtains energy.
Chapter 3- Lesson 1.
Unit B: Chapter 2 Vocabulary Living Things Depend on One Another.
Ch. 6: Energy in Ecosystems Vocabulary: producer, consumer, herbivore, carnivore, omnivore, decomposer, food chain, food web, energy pyramid.
Life Science – 4 th Grade Producers, Consumers, Decomposers and Food Chains.
EQ: What is an ecosystem? Vocabulary Words Environment Ecosystem Population Community.
Ecosystems. What is an Ecosystem? An ecosystem is a plant and animal community made up of living and nonliving things that interact with each other.
Food Chains and Food Webs What is a Food Chain? A food chain is the path by which energy passes from one living thing to another.
$1 Million $500,000 $250,000 $125,000 $64,000 $32,000 $16,000 $8,000 $4,000 $2,000 $1,000 $500 $300 $200 $100 Who Wants.
Energy Flows Through Ecosystems Sun: Makes all energy on Earth. Producers: Make their own food. Consumers: Get their food by eating other organisms. Decomposers:
Ecosystems and Food Chains An ecosystem is all the living and nonliving things in an area, in relation to their environment.
Food webs model interactions within the community.
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