Investigating Food Webs in the Biomes

Unit 9: Unit 9: Energy, Ecology, & Classification
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT to identify the basic characteristics of the major biomes: aquatic (marine and freshwater) and terrestrial (grassland, tropical rainforest, temperate, and tundra)

Big Idea: Help students connect and compare the biomes through this engaging research and visual art activity!

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Science, terrestrial, aquatic, abiotic factors, trophic levels, Ecology, energy (Cellular Processes), Life Science/Biology, biome, Tundra, Grassland, temperate forest, tropical rainforest, marine, freshwater, Biotic Factors
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