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Ecosystems

Grades 5 to 8 - Print Book - Lesson Plan

  • Ecosystems Gr. 5-8 - print book
  • Ecosystems Gr. 5-8 - print book
  • Ecosystems Gr. 5-8 - print book
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Order #: CC4500 ISBN13: 978-1-55319-366-1 Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8 Reading Level: 3-4 Total Page: 60 Author: Angela Wagner
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  • I added lined journal paper to the back and bound them as books. My students are really loving it!

    Evan Stockwell
  • Great addition to my unit! This came in super helpful for my ESL kiddos!

    Courtney Johnstone
  • Started a workplace training program with my students. This was a great resource!

    Megan Byrtus
  • I am so excited that this is available in digital format! The Human Body one was the first version that I purchased through Amazon and it was amazing! I was so anxious to get started planning that I didn't want to wait for it to come in the mail, so this was the best thing ever!

    Teaching With Tallent
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  • Some of this was a little challenging for my 5th graders, but still a great resource!

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  • Great extra resource!

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  • Very relevant to my curriculum

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  • This is a great addition to my unit to use as homework. Thank you.

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  • Great resource for the whole unit!

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  • Good differentiation tool!

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  • Some of this was a little challenging for my 5th graders, but still a great resource!

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  • Very relevant to my curriculum!

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  • Great information on a variety of topics involving the ecosystem!

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  • Use portions in my science journals. Love it!

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  • My students made huge gains using this resource!

    Kelly Lorance
  • My students made huge gains using this resource! Thank you so much for sharing!

    Kelly Lorance
  • Such an easy way to teach science!

    Robin Walker
  • Such an easy way to teach science!

    Robin Walker
  • I love your products!

    Functional Academics
  • I love your products!

    Functional Academics
  • I like the variety of activities and the way the material is presented.

    biogal biogal
  • I like the variety of activities and the way the material is presented.

    biogal biogal
  • This unit is a lifesaver - great pages, well thought out, well explained. 5 stars.

    Mrs. Hildebrand

Description

Study the different kinds of ecosystems and the life that thrives in them. Our resource introduces students to essential life science concepts in a way that makes it more accessible and easier to understand. Start off by examining the different parts of an ecosystem, including biotic and abiotic things. Explore the idea of population and how it grows. Take this one step further by looking at how ecosystems can change and grow. Identify the roles of producers, consumers and decomposers in an ecosystem. See how food chains work by creating your own food web. Learn about photosynthesis and the water cycle, and how they affect an ecosystem as a whole. Finally, look through a microscope at the tiny world of microorganisms. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy and STEAM initiatives, additional hands-on experiments, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

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Product Reviews

Evan Stockwell

I added lined journal paper to the back and bound them as books. My students are really loving it!

Courtney Johnstone

Great addition to my unit! This came in super helpful for my ESL kiddos!

Megan Byrtus

Started a workplace training program with my students. This was a great resource!

Teaching With Tallent

I am so excited that this is available in digital format! The Human Body one was the first version that I purchased through Amazon and it was amazing! I was so anxious to get started planning that I didn't want to wait for it to come in the mail, so this was the best thing ever!

-- Mellayella04

Awesome!

-- V. Fries

Great!!!!!!!!!!!

-- M. Donahue

Some of this was a little challenging for my 5th graders, but still a great resource!

-- J. Dagostin

Great extra resource!

-- B. Millsaps

Very relevant to my curriculum

-- M. Cowburn

This is a great addition to my unit to use as homework. Thank you.

-- R. Sid

Great resource for the whole unit!

-- Kimberly Wilson

Good differentiation tool!

-- Michelle Donahue

Some of this was a little challenging for my 5th graders, but still a great resource!

-- Brittany Millsaps

Very relevant to my curriculum!

-- Julie Manago

Great information on a variety of topics involving the ecosystem!

-- Mary Jo Schwartz

Use portions in my science journals. Love it!

KellyLorance

My students made huge gains using this resource!

KellyLorance

My students made huge gains using this resource! Thank you so much for sharing!

RobinWalker

Such an easy way to teach science!

RobinWalker

Such an easy way to teach science!

FunctionalAcademics

I love your products!

FunctionalAcademics

I love your products!

biogalbiogal

I like the variety of activities and the way the material is presented.

biogalbiogal

I like the variety of activities and the way the material is presented.

Mrs.Hildebrand 7

This unit is a lifesaver - great pages, well thought out, well explained. 5 stars.

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