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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Food Chains- with a GIVEAWAY!

Last week in science we worked on the flow of energy from one organism to another. In other words, food chains and food webs.
Here's the power point we used with our vocabulary. If you'd like a copy of the PPT, you can find it {HERE}














To assess what we'd learned, we got to play with my Food Chain War Game that you can find on TPT.

(Keep reading to find out how you can get it for FREE!!)

First we played the game the way it says in the directions. Students play it was a "WAR" game, the person whose card is the highest on the food chain wins.





The next day, we used the cards to create food chains. I had to explain that not all the animals went together (from the same habitat), so some of the food chains created were just my students putting them together by order of the different types of eaters. (carnivore, herbivore, omnivore)








 They knew that every food chain had to start with a producer, and end with a decomposer. They had a great time and did a wonderful job!
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  1. Are you still offering a copy of the game?

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    1. I am! Just send me your email address!

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