Vocabulary (Part 1)
Food Chains
Habitats/Environments
Adaptations and Plant Life
Vocabulary (Part 2)
100

The relation between two organisms that benefit each other.

What is mutualism?

100

 Main sources of energy for all living things.

What are the Sun and producers (food)?

100

The latitude, elevation, climate, land, water, plants, and animals can be different from one another.

What is why there are so many different types of habitats on Earth?

100

It might fall into an ocean and grow on an island. A breeze might carry it down a mountain.  It might stick to a dog and wind up in someone’s backyard.

What are ways that a seed might travel to a new place?

100

The place in which a plant or animal lives and receives what it needs to survive.

What is habitat?

200

When one organism benefits from another by causing damage.

What is parasitism?

200

An organism in a food chain that is able to make its own food.

What is a producer?

200

A grassy field with prairie dogs, grasshoppers, and wheat plants and how they interact is an example of this.

What is a habitat or ecosystem or biome?

200

A monkey’s tail that can grip branches.

What is a physical adaptation?

200

A green pigment in leaves that allows a plant to absorb the sun's light energy.

What is chlorophyll? 

300

The relationship between two species of organisms.

What is symbiosis?

300

The interconnected feeding relationships within an ecosystem.

What is a food web?

300

People cutting down trees, and the soil being washed away by rain is an example of this.

What is erosion?

300

Cotton shirts, paper books, and wooden buildings.

What are items made by using only plant materials?

300

A specific change to a physical feature or behavior of a species that helps the species to survive.

What is adaptation?

400

a consumer that obtains food energy by breaking down the remains of dead plants and animals. 

What is a decomposer?

400

The number of predators decreases.

What happens when a population of consumers decreases?

400

People build cities in place of habitats.

What are ways people can change habitats?

400

Sweating, shivering, and communication are examples.

What is human adaptations?

400

When one organism benefits from another without damaging it.

What is commensalism?

500

How plants make their own food using water, carbon dioxide (from the air), and energy from the sun.

What is photosynthesis?

500

leaves -> deer -> wolf

This is an example of what.

What is a food chain?

500

DAILY DOUBLE

All living things needed for survival.

What are food, shelter, space, waste removal, air and water?

500

Reflexes and instincts are examples.

What are behavioral adaptations?

500

DAILY DOUBLE

1. Animals that eat only other animals.

2. Animals that are hunted and eaten by a predator.

3. Animals that eat both plants and animals.

4. Organisms in a food chain that break down organic matter.

5. Organisms in a food chain that eat other organisms, especially live ones.

6. Animals that eat only plants.

7. Animals that hunt and eat other animals to survive.

8. Animals that eat animals that are already dead.

What are

1. carnivores

2. prey

3. omnivores

4. decomposers

5. consumers

6. herbivores

7. predators

8. scavengers

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