Ecosystems and Biomes Templates

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These cards can accommodate up to 8 groups of students of 6 students each. One way to use this information: Each
student group gets a different biome card. Each group member choses a different item off the card (an animal, plant, or
name of biome). Once students chose their research topic, they receive either the graphic organizer for organisms (page
2) or the graphic organizer for biomes (page 3). Students can use books or the computer to research their topic. After
each student individually completes their research, they come back together to create a group poster to present their
findings.
Caribou Moss
Polar Bear
Musk Ox
Snowy Owl
Ermine
Giraffe
Cheetah
Milkweed
Prairie Dog
African Elephant
Coniferous Trees
Bald Eagle
Wolverine
Canadian Lynx
Earthworm
American Black Bear
Coyote
White-tailed Deer
Eastern Chipmunk
Mushrooms
Chainfruit Cholla
Desert Fox
Giant Desert Hairy Scorpion
Gila Monster
Cactus Wren
Chimpanzee
King Cobra
Toco Toucan
Bengal Bamboo
Leafcutter Ant
Apple Snail
Crayfish
North American River Otter
Alligator Snapping Turtle
Cattails
Plankton
Common Octopus
Bottlenose Dolphin
Common Seahorse
Hammerhead Shark
©Mrs. Harris of www.mrsharristeaches.com in February 2013
Carnivore (eats only meat), Omnivore (eats meat and
plants), or Herbivore (eats only plants)? Or does it
use photosynthesis to make its own energy?
Producer (Produces own food), Consumer (eats other
things), or Decomposer (eats dead things only)?
©Mrs. Harris of www.mrsharristeaches.com in February 2013
©Mrs. Harris of www.mrsharristeaches.com in February 2013
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