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  1. web icon here InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs You are at the start of the Food Chains and Webs Unit. Click on Pretest to begin this unit. Click on the correct link below to resume this unit. Menu Food Chains and Food Webs

  2. InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs Ohio Academic Content Standards for Teachers

  3. InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs Ask your teacher which is right for you. Click on the forward arrow after sharing your pretest with your teacher. Pretest

  4. web icon here InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs Let’s Learn Together You are now ready to begin the Let's Learn portion of this unit. Click on the highlighted link to continue.

  5. InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs Welcome! In this unit, you will learn answers to the following questions… Pretest • What is a producer? • What are primary, secondary, and tertiary (tur she air ee) consumers? • What is the difference between a food chain and a food web?

  6. Food Chains and Webs--Information Food Chain—a representation of the energy connections between individualsin a community phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  7. Food Chains and Webs--Information • Food chains begin with a producer. • A producer makes its own food. • Click on the phytoplankton in the picture. • phyto = plant • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  8. Food Chains and Webs--Information • Zooplankton is a primary consumer. • A primary consumer is the first consumer in a food chain. • Click on the zooplankton. • zoo = animal • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  9. Food Chains and Webs--Information • The sunfish is a secondary consumer. • A secondary consumer is the second consumer in a food chain. • Click on the sunfish. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  10. Food Chains and Webs--Information • The great blue heron is a tertiary(tur she air ee)consumer. • A tertiary consumer is the third consumer in a food chain. • Click on the great blue heron. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  11. Food Chains and Webs--Information • You’ve just identified one of many food chains in this wetland ecosystem. • Now let’s learn about food webs. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  12. Food Chains and Webs--Information Food Web— a representation of the energy connections among an entire community artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  13. Food Chains and Webs--Information • A food webincludes all of the food chains that depend on one-another in an entire community • Click on the picture to continue. artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  14. web icon here InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs You are now ready to begin the Investigation portion of this unit. Click on the highlighted link to continue. Investigation

  15. Food Chains and Webs--Investigations Food Chains and Webs Herbivores, Omnivores, and Carnivores (Oh my!) Investigations Changing Communities

  16. web icon here InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs You are now ready to begin the Games portion of this unit. Click on the highlighted link to continue. Pretest

  17. InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs Bear-ly Floatin’ (word review) Games Rags to Riches (concept review)

  18. web icon here InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs You are now ready to begin the Posttest portion of this unit. Click on the highlighted link to continue. Posttest

  19. InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs Posttest Ask your teacher which is right for you. Click on the forward arrow after sharing your posttest with your teacher.

  20. web icon here InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs You are now ready to begin the More portion of this unit. Click on the highlighted link to continue. Pretest

  21. InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs More for You to Learn! Investigation Wrap-Up Weblinks People of Science Recommended Books Complete a brief survey (less than 10 questions) to help improve this unit.

  22. InteGreat ScienceFood Chains and Webs • In this section you will learn answers to these questions: • What is a producer? • What are primary, secondary, and tertiary (tur she air ee) consumers? • What is the difference between a food chain and a food web? • Note: The following section contains sound cues. Adjust your computer • volume accordingly.

  23. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • You will need the Food Chains and Food Chains and Webs--Student PageNote: Get a copy of ths page before continuing • Copy the Question below onto your student page. Question: How does energy flow in a wetland food web? artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  24. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. smartweed (A2) >> wood duck (F3) >> red-shouldered hawk (F7) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  25. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. smartweed (A2) >> wood duck (F3) >> red-shouldered hawk (F7) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  26. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. smartweed (A2) >> wood duck (F3) >> red-shouldered hawk (F7) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  27. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • Write this food chain into the Think It Through portion of your student page. • Draw these energy arrows onto the image on the back of your student page. • Click on the producer to continue. smartweed (A2) >> wood duck (F3) >> red-shouldered hawk (F7) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  28. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • phyto = plant • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  29. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • zoo = animal • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  30. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  31. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  32. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • Write this food chain into the Think It Through portion of your student page. • Draw these energy arrows onto the image on the back of your student page. • Click on the primary consumer to continue. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> sunfish (F1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  33. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. cattail (B3) >> wood duck (F3) >> red-shouldered hawk (F7) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  34. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. cattail (B3) >> wood duck (F3) >> red-shouldered hawk (F7) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  35. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. cattail (B3) >> wood duck (F3) >> red-shouldered hawk (F7) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  36. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • Write this food chain into the Think It Through portion of your student page. • Draw these energy arrows onto the image on the back of your student page. • Click on the secondary consumer to continue. cattail (A2) >> wood duck (F3) >> red-shouldered hawk (F7) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  37. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • phyto = plant • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> crayfish (E1) >> painted turtle (D4) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  38. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • zoo = animal • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> crayfish (E1) >> painted turtle (D4) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  39. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • in = no • vertebrate = backbone phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> crayfish (E1) >> painted turtle (D4) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  40. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> crayfish (E1) >> painted turtle (D4) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  41. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> crayfish (E1) >> painted turtle (D4) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  42. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • Write this food chain into the Think It Through portion of your student page. • Draw these energy arrows onto the image on the back of your student page. • Click on the tertiary consumer to continue. • tertiary = third phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> crayfish (E1) >> painted turtle (D4) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  43. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • phyto = plant • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> bullhead catfish (J1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  44. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • zoo = animal • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> bullhead catfish (J1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  45. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • in = no • vertebrate = backbone phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> bullhead catfish (J1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  46. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> bullhead catfish (J1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  47. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> bullhead catfish (J1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  48. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • Write this food chain into the Think It Through portion of your student page. • Draw these energy arrows onto the image on the back of your student page. • Click on the primary consumer to continue. phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> bullhead catfish (J1) >> great blue heron (H5) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  49. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • phyto = plant • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> green frog (J2) >> raccoon (K4) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright

  50. Food Chains and Webs--Investigation • A food chain is listed below the wetland image. • Click on the producer or consumer in the picture that is highlighted in yellow text. • zoo = animal • plankton = in the water and microscopic phytoplankton (D2) >> zooplankton (E2) >> invertebrates (H1) >> green frog (J2) >> raccoon (K4) artwork courtesy of Michael Wright