Choose roles for the members of your group. Roles include:
web sites to find information related to your team's food chain and read
the information to the team.
important information found to answer your team's questions.
information onto a word processing application.
revise food chain reports and projects.
chain charts, drawings, and diagrams.
Share your group's findings with the other groups.
3. Now you and your group will begin to research
your chosen habitat's food chains and webs. From your research you will write a report of
information using a word processing program that answers the following questions:
This site will explain the basic facts about food chains.
Find the definitions
for the following words and terms: energy, producer, consumer, carnivore, herbivore,
omnivore, predator, food web, prey, decomposers, habitat, community.
Use the following sites for definitions:
Create two food chains from your chosen habitat. Illustrate it using
KidPix. Use your habitat's resource page for the list of animals
that are native to this island. In your research you will find the
characteristics of the native animals. Read them carefully to find
out what your animal eats!
team will now take all your information: your research, your
vocabulary definitions, your created food chains and illustrations, and
put it together to make a beautiful food chain book. Make sure each
topic goes on a new page. All illustrations should be annotated.
Remember the roles in your group. All books will be presented to the