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Ecosystems Activity - I Have, Who Has?

Ecosystems "I Have, Who Has" Activity. This set is sure to spark interest from all of your learners. This Ecosystems activity includes 28 "I Have, Who Has" statements. Use this with your entire class as review to get all of your students to participate.

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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

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from The Science Penguin

7 Ideas to Teach Ecosystems and Food Webs

Here are 7 FUN ideas to teach your students about ecosystems and food chains! Watch video clips, design an aquarium, use task cards, identify biotic and abiotic elements of ecosystems, make a life size food web, study vocabulary, and complete station activities. Free printables included!

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

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This blog offers excellent ideas for bulletin boards and displays to do in the classroom as an asset for teaching about habitats and communities.

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THIS IS GREAT! Make the paper game for activities for ecosystems, food chains, life cycles, biology, earth science and more!

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from Rookie Parenting Science

Why Is The Sky Blue For Kids - Science Experiment

Decomposers 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.

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