Make A Food Chain

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Interactive: Make A Food Chain

This activity will challenge your students to apply what they've learned about food chains and what they know about some animals that were not featured in the video content.

Student Application

What animals eat tells what kind of organism they are. Learn how organisms eat different foods from their habitats for energy and why we call this a "Food Chain".


Learning Objectives

  1. Students will understand that organisms require energy to move, breathe, think, and grow.
  2. Students will know that life forms inhabit areas on the earth called habitats, where food is available to them. Food is the source of energy for organisms.
  3. Students will realize that food chains are the key to how the s...

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Supporting Activities

  1. Before viewing the video

    1. Discuss with the students what they had for breakfast. List on the board. The list might include fruit, cereal, toast, eggs, bacon, juice, etc. Then select students to tell the source of each of these items. For example, the bacon comes from pigs that eat plants that get th...

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Related Content


Introduction
Energy In Habitats
Plants
Animals
Producers And Consumers
Herbivores And Carnivores
Decomposers
More Food Chains
Energy Pyramid And Food Web
Review
Conclusion
Making Food From Energy
Delicious Parts
Energy Pyramid
Make A Food Chain
The Food Chain Mystery
The Food Chain Mystery
Algae
Bee
Birds
Bread
Butterfly Fish
Carbon Dioxide
Carnivore
Cat
Cells
Chicken
Chicken
Consumer
Cow
Decomposer
Flower
Food Chain
Food Chain
Food Web
Fruit
Grass
Grouper
Herbivore
Krill
Lion
Lobster
Manta Ray
Microorganisms
Milk
Nutrients
Oxygen
Phytoplankton
Plants
Producer
Pyramid
Roots
Sandwich
Sea Star
Seeds
Shark
Sugar
Tortilla Chips
Used Energy
Wheat
Worms
Zebra
The Food Chain Mystery