Food Chains and Webs Bundle
Planning your food chains and food webs lesson? Let me do it for you, with these ready to use activities! Your students will love the drag & drop to build a food web activity, and the Doodle Notes are an amazing review.
A fun and ready to use lesson for food chains and food webs!
My interactive Google Slides are bright and use custom graphics and real life photographs to bring ecology to life for your students.
These activities are varied, with students building their own food chain and food web, matching keywords to definitions, completing a decomposer fact file, and much more! Your students will be active and engaged in their learning.
Once students have completed the slides, the Doodle Notes are a perfect review activity. They can also be used for sub plans, homework assignments, and test prep. Then you can use the Google Forms Quiz to easily check student progress – it is self-grading, so there is no extra work for you.
All answers are included, along with handy teacher guides so you know how to use these activities in your classroom.
My Food Chains and Food Webs Lesson Bundle includes:
- Student Google Slides Activities: 22 slides of engaging activities, including:
- drag and drop to create a food chain and food web
- follow-up questions
- reading passage of key information
- research task on the Venus flytraps
- plus more!
- Answer Slides: animated for going through with the whole class, or you can set them on Google Classroom for students to check and correct their own work
- Google Forms Quiz: a self-grading 11 point quiz to let you easily check student progress. An image of a food web is used to support some of the questions
- Doodle Notes: 2 pages of engaging Doodle Notes, perfect for reviewing content – there are 4 versions, including scaffolded and color versions, plus a completed example & answer key presentation
- Teacher Guidance: how to assign and use each resource
- Creating and analyzing food chains and food webs
- Keywords: autotroph, heterotroph, producer, consumer, decomposer, predator, herbivore, carnivore, omnivore, apex predator
- Energy pyramids – structure, trophic levels, 10% energy transfer rule
- How energy is lost from one trophic level to the next
- Decomposers – examples and their importance in an ecosystem
- Impact of species loss on an ecosystem
How do I use this bundle of resources?
- After checkout, you can immediately download your resources
- You’ll click the links in the PDF to make copies of the Google Slides and Quiz for your own Google Drive
- Simply assign these to your students on Google Classroom
- You’ll open the Doodle Notes ZIP file to see all of the versions of the Doodle Notes
- Pick which version you want students to complete and print one set for each student
And that’s it – your lesson prep is done!
Please note: This resource is a digital download – no physical product will be shipped. To assign the Google Slides and Quiz, you need a Google Classroom. Your students need their own device and an internet connection. There are links to YouTube videos – please ensure YouTube is not restricted by your school. Most clipart and questions are secured and cannot be edited. The answers can be edited. My Doodle Notes are secure PDF files and are not editable. Doodle Notes is a trademarked term used with permission. Please visit doodlenotes.org for more info.
You’re tired, stressed and have lesson prep to do for tomorrow. You deserve a break. Get this ready-to-use lesson and take the evening off for yourself.