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In addition to ecosystems and food chains, these printable worksheets also cover consumers and producers, as well as herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores.
Common Core alignment can be viewed by clicking the apple core ().
Learn how energy is transferred from one living thing to another with the food web.Predator Prey Free
Students identify the living things that are producers (which make their own food) and consumers (which need to eat food).Producers and Consumers Member
Students identify the living things that are producers (which make their own food) and consumers (which need to eat food).Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers Free
Tell which living things that are producers (which make their own food), consumers (which need to eat food) and decomposers (which get energy from decaying organic matter).Carnivores, Herbivores,and Omnivores Member
Determine which animals are carnivores, which are omnivores, and which are herbivores.Article: Carnivores, Herbivores, and Omnivores Member
An informative article about the differences between omnivores, carnivores, and herbavores.Food Chain Questions Member
Short answer questions about food chains.
Complete each sentence with a word from the word bank.Food Web Picture Member
Large picture of a basic food web which includes a hawk, snake, rabbit, mouse, grass, and wildflowersMountain Ecosystem (Non-Fiction) Member
Read about the many different habitats found within a mountain ecosystem
See also:Animal Articles
Articles about different animal speciesPlant Worksheets
Printable plant life worksheetsOwl and Owl Pellet Worksheets
This page has everything you'll need for teaching students about owls, and for an owl pellet dissection activity. Includes bone identification charts, reading comprehension passages, and a sequencing activity.