Remind children of the feeding relationship (food chains) between different living things in a particular habitat (Y2). Find out how food chains can be built into complex webs and weave one together. Discuss what happens if one link in the chain is removed.
VideoEnergy in food chains; Plants are described as being able to make their own food during photosynthesis. Animals that eat plants are named as herbivores. Descriptions of omnivores and carnivores are also given. Food chains are explained, and specific detail is given regarding the flow of energy from producers to consumers.
Food chains- RSPCA
RSPCA-These activities focus on food chains as a useful way of demonstrating to pupils that living things in habitats - animals and plants - need each other to survive. They are a basis for the pupils to build up to more complex ideas about ecosystems.
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.
A set of presentations and worksheets designed to help teaching the topic of Ecosystems and Food webs in the marine environment to KS2 students.
A ppt that brings a food web up gradually and then separates out into individual food chains, with quiz at end determining producer, herbivore and omnivore. Key Stage 3. You will need to prepare a few bits and pieces, such as some pictures and some coloured cards if you use the whole presentation.