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Identifying living (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) in an ecosystem

Identifying living (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) in an ecosystem

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  • 1. S N A I L C M W N T K L G F S R A J O S I L N A N T S N H I A I R O E M E I S M F L H R F U P L A N T S L I P A N U E T A S V S U N L I G H T E Loop the living things and the non-living things that you can find in the puzzle.
  • 2. Guessing Game: 1. I am big. I can carry heavy things. Who am I? 2. You cannot see me but you can touch me. 3. I am a man’s best friend. I guard your house night and day. 4. I visited you everyday. Plants, animals and man need in order to live.
  • 3. All Things Bright and Beautiful All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small. All things wise and wonderful, The Lord God made them all. Each little flowers that open, Each little bird that sings. He made their glowing colors, He made their tiny wings.
  • 4. The purple-headed mountain, The river running by, The morning and the sunset, That brightens up the sky. The cold wind in the winter, The pleasant summer sun, The ripe fruits in the garden, He made them every one.
  • 5. The tall trees in the greenwood, The meadow where we play, The rushes by the water, We gather everyday. He gave us eyes to see them, And lips that we might tell, How great is God Almighty, Who has made all things well.
  • 6. Answer the following questions. 1. What living and non-living things are stated in the poem? 2. Where do you find these living and non-living things? 3. How can you describe a mountain? 4.Where do birds live? Where can we find fishes?
  • 7. Group Activity
  • 8. Group Reporting
  • 9. 1. What are the living and non-living things you saw in the aquarium? 2. How about in the Terrarium? 3. What about in the garden? 4. How do these organisms interact with one another ?
  • 10. 1.What will happen if an organism is alone in an ecosystem? 2.Do you think it will survive? Why?
  • 11. 1. Which of the following is a group of biotic community? A. plants, animals, people C. air, sunlight, water B. sand, air, sunlight D. pen, stone, paper 2. What non-living things can you find in the pond? A. fish, shrimp, algae C. snail, mudfish, shrimp B. snail, seaweed, fish D. water, soil, stone 3. How will you describe an ecosystem? A. It refers to the living part of the environment. B. It is a population of plants, animals, and non-living things interact with one another. C. It refers to something with life. D. It refers to something that has no life. 4. How do non- living things affect the organisms? A. Living things interact with non-living things enable to survive. B. Living things depends only living things. C. Non- living things are affected by the type of climate and location. D. Both A and B 5. Suppose there were no plants on earth, do you think animals can live on it? A. Yes, because animals can live without plants C. No, because animals depend on plants. B. No, because animals need other animals. D. Yes, because animals eat other animals.
  • 12. Assignment: Draw a forest ecosystem in a piece of coupon bond and list down the living and non-living things found on it.