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Ecosystems Lesson 6. Adding Animals To the Terrarium. Terrarium Observations. How long did it take for the seeds to germinate? Can you observe any roots? Compare the different plants’ roots. What happened to the seed coats on your seeds?

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ecosystems lesson 6

EcosystemsLesson 6

Adding Animals To the Terrarium

terrarium observations
Terrarium Observations
  • How long did it take for the seeds to germinate?
  • Can you observe any roots? Compare the different plants’ roots.
  • What happened to the seed coats on your seeds?
  • Do you remember why we call plants producers? Why did we wait until now to add the animals?
questions
Questions:
  • How are your crickets alike? How are they different?
  • How are the crickets and isopods alike? How are they different?
  • What body parts did you notice?
  • What are some things that the animals did?
compare the land terrarium and water aquarium ecosystems
Compare the land (Terrarium) and water (Aquarium) Ecosystems
  • Has your definition of “ecosystem” changed at all since observing two different ecosystems first hand?