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EARTH         Learning Objectives To explain how variation has benefitsand limitations for survival of organisms          ...
Habitats  What is an habitat?Give examples of habitats
ADAPTATIONS
Savannah Habitat
Arctic Fox lives in ……..
Fennec Fox Lives in …..
SURVIVAL
ENDANGEREDExplain why 7 spotted ladybirds are becoming                less common    Useful video clip for the activity ab...
COMPETE OR DIEYour task is to model the competition for  food between red and grey squirrels.
COMPETE OR DIEYour task is to model the competition for  food between red and grey squirrels.
ON SAFARI            Copy Learning ObjectivesTo Use a combination of Food chains in ahabitat to produce food websTo explai...
PREDATOR OR PREY?You task is to identify predator and prey animals in the                     pictures below
FOOD CHAIN (Activity 3)               Define the following terms:a) Herbivoreb) Carnivorec) Predatord) Preye) Consumerf) P...
What is a food Chain?
FOOD CHAIN    The food chain shows us what eats what in a                    community.They show the movement of FOOD ENER...
FOOD CHAINFrom the food-web above, name:a) Two primary consumersb) One secondary consumerc) Explain why all food chains be...
What is a food Chain?Every living thing needs energy in order to live. Animalsget energy from the food they eat, and all l...
FOOD CHAINA food chain is the sequence of who eats  whom in a biological community (an     ecosystem) to obtain nutrition.
HOMEWORK
HABITATS - FOOD CHAIN AND FOOD WEB
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  1. 1. EARTH Learning Objectives To explain how variation has benefitsand limitations for survival of organisms in specific habitats
  2. 2. Habitats What is an habitat?Give examples of habitats
  3. 3. ADAPTATIONS
  4. 4. Savannah Habitat
  5. 5. Arctic Fox lives in ……..
  6. 6. Fennec Fox Lives in …..
  7. 7. SURVIVAL
  8. 8. ENDANGEREDExplain why 7 spotted ladybirds are becoming less common Useful video clip for the activity above: http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/life/Coccinella_septempunctata#p0039ryj
  9. 9. COMPETE OR DIEYour task is to model the competition for food between red and grey squirrels.
  10. 10. COMPETE OR DIEYour task is to model the competition for food between red and grey squirrels.
  11. 11. ON SAFARI Copy Learning ObjectivesTo Use a combination of Food chains in ahabitat to produce food websTo explain energy transfer in food webs andrelate this to the abundance of organisms Note keywords: Practice using them to answer questions
  12. 12. PREDATOR OR PREY?You task is to identify predator and prey animals in the pictures below
  13. 13. FOOD CHAIN (Activity 3) Define the following terms:a) Herbivoreb) Carnivorec) Predatord) Preye) Consumerf) Predatorg) Prey
  14. 14. What is a food Chain?
  15. 15. FOOD CHAIN The food chain shows us what eats what in a community.They show the movement of FOOD ENERGY from one organism to the next.
  16. 16. FOOD CHAINFrom the food-web above, name:a) Two primary consumersb) One secondary consumerc) Explain why all food chains begin with green plantsd) If the Owls and Snakes were killed what would happen to numbers of: Mousee) If the snakes were killed what would happen to the population of kite?
  17. 17. What is a food Chain?Every living thing needs energy in order to live. Animalsget energy from the food they eat, and all living things get energy from food. Plants use sunlight, water and nutrients to get energy (in a process called photosynthesis).
  18. 18. FOOD CHAINA food chain is the sequence of who eats whom in a biological community (an ecosystem) to obtain nutrition.
  19. 19. HOMEWORK
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