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Ecosystems foodchains bingo


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Ecosystems foodchains bingo

  1. 1. Ecosystems + Food Chains Bingo ©2014 Three Dog Graphx Designs A Science Vocabulary Game
  2. 2. Ecosystems + Food Chains Bingo scavenger decomposer photosynthesis food chain food web ecosystem habitat producer consumer population living things non‐living things herbivore carnivore omnivore pollution Word Bank ©2014 Three Dog Graphx
  3. 3. ‐any animal that  will eat animals  that it did not kill scavenger ‐shows the flow of  energy from the  sun, to a producer,  to consumers food chain ‐an animal’s  natural home habitat ‐the number of  specific organisms found in an  ecosystem population ‐an animal that  only eats  producers (plants) herbivore ‐substances found  in the air, water, or  soil which are  harmful to living  things pollution ‐an organism that  breaks down dead  plant and animal  material decomposer ‐shows the flow of  energy through all  living things in an  ecosystem food web ‐a living thing that  uses sunlight to  make sugar  (plants) producer ‐any organism that  is capable of  growth and  reproduction living thing ‐anything that is  not alive and  never was alive non‐living thing ‐an animal that  only eats other  animals carnivore ‐the process plants use to make food  (sugar) by using  light, water, and  carbon dioxide photosynthesis ‐an animal that  eats both  producers and  other consumers omnivore ‐a place where  living things and  non‐living things  interact ecosystem ‐any organism that  needs to find food  in order to survive consumer Ecosystems + Food Chains Bingo Clues ©2014 Three Dog Graphx
  4. 4. Ecosystems + Food Chains Bingo Instructions Make copies of the Bingo sheet for each student. Students copy the words from the word band into the boxes randomly. Teacher (or another student) cuts out clues and places them in a container. Pull a clue slip out of the container and read the clue (not the answer). Students mark their Bingo sheets (I use base ten cubes in my classroom, but students can  use tiny squares of colored paper or chips, etc.). Students win by getting a row across, down, or diagonally.  Students read back their words  to ensure their answers are correct.  Thank you for your purchase! If you have questions or comments, please contact me at: If you encounter any problems, please let me know.  I guarantee all of my products and  will email you if any revisions or updates of this products are available.  Tom Wier ©2014 Three Dog Graphx