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Clil & food chains

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A lesson on food chains inside our CLIL and Comenius projects on Science and Environment

A lesson on food chains inside our CLIL and Comenius projects on Science and Environment

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  • 4. Producers and consumers
    • Plants are called producers because they make their own food. They are at the start of a food chain. Animals are called consumers because they eat other plants and animals. Nearly all food chain start with a green plant. Insects eat plants. Fish, frogs and birds eat the insects that eat the plants. This begins the food chain.
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  • 6. Herbivores
    • Herbivores are animals that only eat plants
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  • 8. Omnivores
    • Omnivores will eat both plants and animals. Some animals eat both plants and meat. People are omnivores.
  • 9. Prey and predators A predator is an animal that eats other animals. The animals that predators eat are called prey.
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