Food chains on the farm
From farm to fork, the perfect example of a food chain. Students from St Barnabas Primary explain the food chain of the day’s school dinner. Put your new found food chain knowledge into action with paper chains, animal masks and a whizzy quiz.

Learning Objectives:
I can independently create a simple food chain.
Too hard? I can create a simple food chain with help from an adult.
Too easy? I can create a simple food chain and classify the animals within it into different groups using scientific language.

Curriculum Links:

Working Scientifically
• Identifying and classifying,
• Using observations to answer questions.
Living things and their habitats (Year 2)
• Describe how animals obtain their food from plants and other animals, using the idea of a simple food chain, and identify and name different sources of food

Key Vocabulary:
Consumer, Producer, Predator, Prey, Omnivore, Herbivore,
Carnivore, Primary Consumer, Secondary Consumer.

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  • Food-Chains---Lesson-Plan.pdf
  • Facemask---Wheat-Headband.pdf
  • Facemask---Mouse-Facemask.pdf
  • Facemask---Grass-Headband.pdf
  • Facemask---Cow.pdf
  • Facemask---Cat.pdf
  • Food-Chain---Paper-Chains-1---Human---Cow---Grass.pdf
  • Food-Chain---Paper-Chains-2---Cat---Mouse---Wheat.pdf
  • Food-Chain---Paper-Chains-3---Carnivore---Herbivore---Producer.pdf
  • Food-Chain---Paper-Chains-4---Omnivore---Herbivore---Producer.pdf
  • Food-Chain---Paper-Chains-5---EATEN-BY.pdf
  • Food-Chain---Paper-Chains-6---Blank-Template.pdf
  • Food-Chains---Guess-the-animal.pptx

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Created: Feb 12, 2018

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