Looking for a fun, engaging instructional resource for the energy pyramid? Why not give doodle notes a try? The Energy Pyramid Doodle Notes will aid in student concept retention, focus, creativity, and engagement.
A music video that teaches all about trophic levels and the ecological pyramid of energyPlease preview at http://www.sciencemusicvideos.com/food-chains/before purchasing.Lyrics:Oh, a nuclear reaction happens deep inside the sun,When hydrogen atoms are fused into heliumAnd then the heat and light is radiated into space,In 90 million miles it shines upon the Earths face.For every hundred calories that shine out from the sun,The calories that green plants trap will number only one,But every…
It is a graphical representation or pyramid shaped diagram which depicts the number of organisms, biomass and productivity at each trophic level. Ecological pyramids begin with the producers at the bottom and proceed through the different trophic level.
Summative assessment, students create their own food chain pyramid foldable modeling multiple habitats of their choice. Students conduct their own research on the animals in each tier of the food chain (decomposer,producer,herbivore,carnivore)
This editable PowerPoint contains highly visual and engaging slides to help you teach the topic of food chains, trophic levels and ecological pyramids. It is animated and designed so that each concept is built step-by-step in a way that maximizes engagement and learning.
The latest Review Qubes game for Biology is "The Biosphere". This fun paper dice game provides up to 72 review questions on food chains, food webs, ecological pyramids, biogeochemical cycles, biodiversity and more!
Ecology: Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Powerpoint Slide Show
Food Webs and Ecological Pyramids Powerpoint Slide Show
FOOD CHAINS, TROPHIC LEVELS AND ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINTS POWERPOINT: This fully editable PowerPoint. TOPICS: food chains, producers, plants, phytoplankton, terrestrial and aquatic food chains, consumers, primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary consuemrs, top carnivores, decomposers, detritus, nutrients, hydrothermal vents, chemoautotrophic bacteria, sulfides, humans and food chains, trophic levels, energy loss in food chains, pyramid of energy, pyramid of biomass, pyramid of numbers