Food chain and food websQuick View

Food chain and food webs

Designed to meet the KS3 and KS4 specification. Covers introduction to food chains and links towards food webs. Discusses how the sun provides all energy to food chains. Activities will help students understand how chain is dependent on each step. Worksheet enables students to deepen learning on herbivores, omnivores, apex predators etc. Lesson then leads into pyramid of numbers and pyramids of biomass with example questions for plenary.
Jubblord
Food Chains and WebsQuick View

Food Chains and Webs

KS3 new for the Activate resource 'Ecology' Full lesson ready to use straight 'out of the box' Similar structure to my other power points following the input - activity - review phasing Plenary sections for progress checking Differentiated Worksheets Clear learning objectives and outcomes Modern and engaging layout Little adaptation needed Feedback welcome :D
Vgnfz11z
Science Food Chain Sorting CardsQuick View

Science Food Chain Sorting Cards

Great activity for studying Food Chains. Real life photos of animals and plants. 28 cards in total. Can be sorted into producers/ consumers; omnivores/ carnivores/ herbivores; food chains. Tip: why not let the students have a competition and build the longest food chain?! Images included: tuna fish zebra arctic cod slug shrimp shrew shark seal red fox rattlesnake rabbit polar bear plankton owl oak leaf mouse lion human hawk green plant grass frog earthworm dead leaves cow caterpillar blue tit + sun, food chain Just print them off, cut into little cards and laminate for durability. Enjoy!
hoppytimes
Food webs and food chainsQuick View

Food webs and food chains

KS3 biology science resource. This includes a PowerPoint to help teach a lesson about food webs and food chains. This also includes a PowerPoint for lower ability students.
katie_willis05
Food Chains and Food Webs Year 4 Science WorksheetsQuick View

Food Chains and Food Webs Year 4 Science Worksheets

This activity is differentiated in 4 levels for Year 4 and covers the science objective: Construct and interpret a variety of food chains, identifying producers, predators and prey. For more Science resources, visit: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/search/?fwp_subject=science
ClassroomSecrets
Food chains and Food websQuick View

Food chains and Food webs

Intro to food chains and food webs and the differences between the 2. Worksheet and presentation, plus a pdf worksheet that I found on internet about foodwebs in wetlands. I like the last page, you can have the students create their own food web, you can either give the sheet as it is and they will place the arrows or you can just give the list of animals and they design their own food web on a blank sheet.
ameliepira
Food webs and food chainsQuick View

Food webs and food chains

Organisms need to be cut and pasted into their correct places in a food web. Two differenciated versions of this activity here - one with clues. I then give the students a number of questions based around the completed web.
Rachael1979
Food Chains and Food WebsQuick View

Food Chains and Food Webs

This lesson aims to get students to understand what a food chain and food web are, in addition to gaining an understanding of why it is important to understand the balance in an ecosystem.
Lemonellie2000
Food chains and websQuick View

Food chains and webs

Key stage 3 (Year 7/8) Introduction to food chains and webs. Next lesson will be food pyramids and pyramids of biomass. This less on contains starter few main tasks and two different plenaries. Two different worksheets Hyperlink for video: - Producers and consumers. - Herbivore, carnivores, and omnivores
riches1157
Food ChainsQuick View

Food Chains

Presentation and worksheet on the food chains topic for KS3. High focus on engagement, versatile and great opportunites for questioning and AfL.
Phillthy
Graded Task sheet on Food Chains and Food WebsQuick View

Graded Task sheet on Food Chains and Food Webs

This is a worksheet that students can use to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. The worksheet is differentiated and includes a checklist, key words and an extension task (Legendary Level). There are several ways in which you can use the task sheet. 1. After an explanation give students time to work at their own pace on the tasks they wish. 2. Select a specific task for students to complete. 3. Use each task as separate parts of your lesson. 4. Set the task as a book or computer based research task. 5. Set the task sheet for homework. This task sheet covers 1. Designing a food chain. 2. Designing a food web. 3. Interpreting a food chain. 4. Design an investigation based on food webs.
kanzi1979
Food Chain PuzzlesQuick View

Food Chain Puzzles

These Food Chain Puzzles can be used to practice making food chains with organisms in a garden habitat. This is a Spring themed Food Chain puzzle. The cards are perfect for group work and stations. Each puzzle card has an organism name and picture on it. Each of the first five pages has three puzzles and each of these puzzles has a producer (plant or plant part), a primary consumer, and a secondary consumer. The sixth page has more consumer organisms that can be spliced in to make longer food chains. After the cards are cut apart for the students, the page six puzzle cards can be mixed and matched with them. 15 Puzzles. 6 Pages. Grades 2-4. The producers (plants or plant parts), in this set include: grass, leaf, bush, seeds, nectar from flowers, and fruit. The consumer organisms in this set are: caterpillar, bird, grasshopper, lizard, snake, bee, dragonfly, aphid, ladybug, rabbit, eagle, chicken, man, rat, owl, cow, fly, frog, rat, cat, sheep, toad, butterfly, and goat. Nyla's Crafty Teaching
TeacherNyla
New AQA Ecology Spec- Food Chains, Levels of Organisation & Trophic Levels- Powerpoint & WorksheetsQuick View

New AQA Ecology Spec- Food Chains, Levels of Organisation & Trophic Levels- Powerpoint & Worksheets

This resource is a PowerPoint presentation and worksheets that covers the Levels of Organisation (4.7.2.1), and the Trophic Levels (4.7.4.1) information on the 2016 AQA Ecology specification. The basic structure of the lesson is as follows: 1) Starter- Differentiated question to write out the equation for photosynthesis (Grades 4 to 7) 2) A slide to go through the equation to the highest grade. 3) A gap fill activity- Worksheet provided. 4) Gap fill activity answers provided to go through as a class. 5) A slide to explain what biomass is. 6) A true or false activity about food chains- Worksheet provided. 7) A rearrange the three food chains activity, with linked questions. 8) A key term and definition card sort activity- The card sort template and a worksheet to write their answers on is provided. 9) Three slides all explaining about trophic levels, producers, consumers, herbivores, carnivorous etc, so that the students can self/peer assess their answers to the card sort activity. 10) A differentiated assessment activity- 'Design your own labelled food chain activity' where all of the key words for this topic must be labelled. This activity rages from Grade 3 to 5. There are then 3 graded questions from Grades 6 to 8. 11) A slide with the answers on so that the students can self/peer assess their work. 12) A key facts from the specification slide. 13) A predator-prey graph slide. 14) A differentiated activity where students either use their AQA textbooks (page included) and/or the internet can be used for this activity: "Design your own predator-prey graph and annotate it to describe (level 5) and explain (level 6) the changes". 15) Plenary- Completing the plenary triangle- Worksheet included. 16) Plenary 2- Completing the assessment sheet to see what target they achieved and assess if they achieved their target etc- Worksheet included. Thank you for looking and I hope you enjoy these resources.
stella-williams
Food Chain vocabulary matchQuick View

Food Chain vocabulary match

Clues to key words for food chains. Students then identify producers, herbivores and carnivores and construct five food chains. Solution supplied
alimitch53
Year 2 Reading Comprehension - Food Chains - ScienceQuick View

Year 2 Reading Comprehension - Food Chains - Science

This resource is a non-fiction comprehension booklet aimed at year 2. It is all about food chains and lets children look at three different food chains, which are explained by one animal or plant in the chain. Perfect to cover the English and Science curriculum. The booklet is based on the KS1 SATs reading paper and includes 3 differentiated levels and answers. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included, so that you can adapt it to suit your class’s needs.
blossomingminds
Science FOOD CHAIN / PREDATOR PREY Game ActivityQuick View

Science FOOD CHAIN / PREDATOR PREY Game Activity

A perfect whole-class game to practise food chains and predator/prey relationships. The file contains 32 cards (8 different food chains). Give a card to each student, who then has to find other members of their food chain. Print and laminate for durability. Thank you and please leave a review to tell me what you think of the product! ;)
hoppytimes
Food ChainsQuick View

Food Chains

Key Stage 2 Science Year 4 Biology Life Cycles, Food Chains, Adaptation, Culling Set of Worksheets A variety of learning activities 4 Science Australian & New South Wales Curriculum Syllabus content focus Living World: Describes ways that science knowledge helps people understand the effect of their actions on the environment and on the survival of living things ST2-11LW Information : Describes ways that information solutions are designed and produced, and factors when people use and interact with information sources and technologies ST2-15I Working Technologically: uses a structured design process, everyday tools, materials, equipment and techniques to produce solutions that respond to identified needs and wants ST1-5WT Editable Word version. Purchase separately or as part of a bundle from Science Program
lmtteacher