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Scienc and The Environment Part 1



Lesson Plan


Study Guide





Lesson PPT


Lesson Flip chart


Living or Nonliving- Short interactive
activity on website

http://www.usoe.k12.ut.us/curr/science/sciber00/7th/classify/living/quiz/livingqu.htm

Classify living and non living worksheet
http://casnov1.cas.muohio.edu/scienceforohio/Living_Nonliving/images/ClassifyLivingNon.pdf

Exploring Different types of ecosystems: dessert
arctic plain, Everglades
http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/exploring_ecosystems/index.html

Ecosystems Brain Pop
http://www.brainpop.com/science/ecologyandbehavior/ecosystems/

United Streaming: living and nonliving things


Ecosystem Project
This site has a class project for making a model of an ecosystem. A little complicated and detailed,
but has links under the project that are interesting.
- This sitehas a simpler project
This siteshows how to build a model water ecosystem using a jar, fish, snails, gravel...

Promethean Flip chart
Understanding Ecosystems

Center Activities
1. Make a bubble map of living things and one of nonliving things. Draw pictures to go with each.
2. Make flash cards for your notes.
3. Computer Links listed above.
4. Study notes with your partner.
5. Answer the questions on B17 for a grade. Write the question. Answer in complete sentences.


Tristan's notes on an ecosystem:

To a visit to Yellowstone natinal park in Wyoming , you might see a prairie. Bison graze on prarie grass. Cowbirds follow the bison, catching the grasshoppers that jump from the bisons' hooves. This scene is part of an ecosystem. An ecosysem conists of all the organisims living in the area and the nonliving features of the environment.bison, birds, grass, and insects are the living orginisimsof this prarie ecosystem. water, sunlight, tempeture, soil, and air are the nonliving orginisims of the prarie ecosystem.




ecosystems
sea
forest
desert
prarie
jungle
cowbird
cowbird
Pronghorn antelope cross a stubble field near Netherhill, Sask.
Pronghorn antelope cross a stubble field near Netherhill, Sask.















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