How do Animals Obtain Energy?

Unit 2: Ecosystems
Lesson 19 of 28

Objective: SWBAT explain how the energy in an animal's food was once energy from the sun.

Big Idea: In this lesson, students will use multiple resources to research how animals obtain energy. Teams will use their research to construct and share posters with their classmates.

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Science, global warming, abiotic factors, ecosystem, Energy, animal, animal needs, research, decomposition, biotic
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