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Name: ________________________ Date: _________

Directions: Click on the links provided to watch videos or read passages


from websites. Use the information to help you answer the questions.

Click on the link to answer numbers 1-5: Producers & Consumers

1. What are producers? What can they do? ________________


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2. How do producers do this? __________________________


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3. What is photosynthesis? ____________________________


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4. What are consumers? How do they get their food? __________


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5. Fill in the boxes below to describe the 3 types of consumers.

Type of Herbivores Carnivores Omnivores


Consumer
What do they
eat?

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6. Click on the links in the chart below to list at least 3 examples of each.

Type of Herbivores Carnivores Omnivores


Consumer
Examples

Click on the link to answer questions 7-8 : Decomposers

7. What are 2 examples of decomposers? ____________________

8. What do decomposers do to get the nutrients they need?


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Click on the link to watch a video about food chains. While you watch the
video, answer questions 9-13.

9. What is a food chain? _______________________________


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10. Write the different levels of the food chain on the lines below.

Top of the food chain: ______________________


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Bottom of the food chain: ______________________

11. What do all living things need in order to live? _________________

12. How do they get this? ________________________________

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13. Complete the Test Yourself after watching the video. Write your
score on the line. _____________

14. Click on the link. Pick one of the food chains listed. Write and
illustrate the food chain below.

Click on the link to watch the video about food webs. While you watch the
video, answer questions 15-

15. What is a food web? _________________________________


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16. Whats the difference between a food chain and a food web? _____
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17. Draw and label an example of a food web shown on the video. Your
drawings can be basic!

18. Complete the Test Yourself after watching the video. Write your
score on the line. _____________

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Answer Key
1. Producers are plants because they produce their own food.
2. They do this by using energy from the sun, carbon dioxide from the
air, and water from the soil.
3. Photosynthesis is the process when plants produce their own food
through sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water.
4. Consumers are animals. They consume other animals for energy and food
because they are not capable of producing their own food.
5. Herbivores eat only plants, Carnivores eat only meat, Omnivores eat
both plants and meat
6. Herbivores deer, horse, rabbit, cows, bees, sheep, grasshoppers
Carnivores lions, tigers, eagles, hawks, owls, sharks, frogs, spiders
Omnivores humans, most bears, monkeys, birds, raccoons
7. Bacteria, Fungi
8. Eat dead plants and dead animals to get their food.
9. Food chains show the feeding relationship from one organism to another in an
ecosystem.
10. Top of food chain decomposers, carnivores, herbivores, producers (bottom of
the food chain)
11. Energy
12. From the food that they eat
13. Answers will vary based on the score they received on the Test yourself
14. Answers will vary check to ensure students accurately drew and labeled a
food chain
15. Food webs are the complex network or interlocking of food chains in an
ecosystem
16. A food chain is one strand or line of plants and animals that feed on one
another. A food web is when many food chains overlap. It contains more than
one producer, consumer, decomposer, etc. A food web shows how animals
share food in their ecosystem.
17. Answers will vary - check to ensure students accurately drew and labeled a
food web
18. Answers will vary based on the score they received on the Test yourself

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Ecosystems Internet Scavenger Hunt. I hope
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in your classroom! Please let me know if you
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