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This is a great site with explanations and games related to food chains-- once again this could be used within our science lesson and social studies. One main focus is how everybody depends on one another, both humans and animals. These games and activities will elaborate on this topic. --EM

Great site with kid-friendly explanations and games related to food chains and other topics - Science CC Cycle 2

Food Chain Collage - such a great way integrate science and art. Fun extension for Project Learning Tree's Web of Life activity.

Food Chain Collage - great way integrate science and art. Fun extension for Project Learning Tree's Web of Life activity.

Food Chain.The greatest amount of energy comes from the producers.

Here's an interesting food chain activity. Animals need plants for food, shelter, shade. and plants need animals for fertilizing soil, dispersing seed.

Free worksheet website-food chain pyramid color sheet-great for Kindergarten to introduce concept on up

Food Chain Pyramid

BFSU Food Chains and Adaptations Worksheets: Food Chain Pyramid-wildlife conservation belt loop

Animal Jam Academy | Science Downloads | Food Chain Word Find

Animal Jam Academy is a free resource library housing fun, immersive educational content as it relates to science, technology, engineering & art.

The Artsy Fartsy Art Room: Stylized Food Chains with 5th Grade

Awesome animal art with science! The Artsy Fartsy Art Room: Stylized Food Chains with Grade

Food Chain Activity - free hands-on science activity for 4th and 5th grade elementary kids. Part of a complete unit on Ecosystems: Ecosystems & the Food Chain. Meets Common Core and NGSS.

From Mystery Science: Food Chain Activity - free hands-on science activity for and grade elementary kids. Part of a complete unit on Ecosystems: Ecosystems & the Food Chain. Meets Common Core and NGSS.

Print and laminate four cause and effect cards and copy student response sheets to supplement your unit. Focus on how changes in a food chain or food web can effect an ecosystem.

Ecosystems Independent Science Stations

I like that this is center based because it's different than the rest of my activities. This activity has cause and effect cards that focus on how changes in a food chain or food web can effect an ecosystem which is a part of our unit.

Food Chains allows your class to have a hands-on experience learning the food chain for six different habitats.

Winner Wednesday: Food Chains

Food chain, draw on index cards, place in order, attach to one another

This is a great independent practice activity on food chains. Students could research a food chain and then display it on index cards. The students will draw each animal on an index card then attach them together in food chain order with string or yarn.