Life Science: Food Chains Web - WORKSHEET





This FREE worksheet included 1 page from our Life Science title.

This Hands-On Graphic Organizer asks students to find examples of producers, consumers and decomposers in their own backyard. This worksheet can be used on its own, or paired with the individual resource. And the best part is, it's FREE.

How to Use this Organizer:

Look for members of a food chain. You could look in your yard or even inside your house. You could also look in a park, a forest, or a field. Try to find one producer, one first consumer (like a bug), one second consumer (like a bird that eats the bug) and one decomposer. Use this graphic organizer to show your food chain. Draw and write the names of the members in the organizer shapes.

About the full resource, Life Science:

Spark curiosity in this great big world of ours by discovering how everything works and lives together with our Hands-On Life Science resource for grades 1-5. Combining Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, this resource aligns to the STEAM initiatives and Next Generation Science Standards. Dive right in by getting a firsthand look at ecosystems and building your own terrarium. Make information sheets for plants and animals, complete with hand-made drawings. Design your own food chain while grasping the knowledge about producers, consumers and decomposers. See what traits you inherited from your parents while learning about different adaptations. Learn about life cycles by studying a caterpillar's marvelous transformation into a butterfly. Explore your own brain with memory games and tracking your heart rate and dreams while you sleep. Each concept is paired with reproducible hands-on experiments and comprehension activities to ensure your students are engaged and fully understand the concepts. Reading passages, graphic organizers, before you read and assessment activities are included.

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