Who eats

who!!!!!

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YOU NEED TO KNOW……
Know how an animal is suited to where it lives,
i.e. fish have fins & gills.
Know the basic difference between vertebrates
& invertebrates.
Know that plants & animals can be put into
different groups – classified.
Understand how to use a key to identify an
organism.
Be able to draw simple food chains and identify
producer & consumer.
Draw food webs and explain how the organisms
rely on each other.
Know that environmental factors affect where
organisms can live.
Predict how environmental predators can affect
population sizes.
Draw pyramids of numbers to represent
population in a food chain.
Describe how energy flows through a food chain.

REVIEW

Objectives
Today I will learn:

• The important physical factors in the
environment of animals and plants
• How plants and animals differ due to
their environment (Adaptation)
• How to identify producers primary
consumers and predators
• How to sort ‘classify’ animals into groups

.Objectives In today’s lesson I will also learn: • About the different habitats organisms live in. • About the special adaptations that organisms have to help them live in their habitat. • How to describe the environment of different habitats.

Key words • Habitat • Environment • Adapted • Adaptation • Producer • Consumer • Predator .

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Raw Meat sounds good Just give me a carrot .

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.Habitats o What is a habitat? o The place where an organism lives is called a habitat.

Different organisms live in different habitats. Can you name some organisms for each of the habitats? .

Pond .

Woodland .

Sea .

. .Environment • The word environment is used to describe what a habitat is like.

Adaptations • Adaptations are features which organisms have that help them survive in their habitat I would call my environment .

So what lives here?? This place was a bit too……………………. .

A camels habitat is a desert Hot. Dry but at least you don’t get bothered by people .

up to 17 days. 1. 6. . 5. They can endure long periods without drinking . They have webbed feet (to prevent sinking in the sand). 4. They can close their nostrils and they have a double row of eyelashes to keep out the sand. they can conserve water. Their body temperature can rise 6-8 degree Celsius before sweating. they can take up to 136 litres (30 gallons) at a time. By producing dry faeces and little urine. The hump stores fat. 2.• Adaptations: They are desert animals and have numerous adaptations for life in an arid habitat. When they do drink. 3. which they are able to draw upon for water.

Apart from the camels this place is great!! So what if I don’t have any leaves!!! .

Who lives here??? .

It’s the right temperature and no-one but no-one messes with me I do .

Who eats who?? .

So who eats grass? .

But who eats us?? We do .

We do…… .

There is nothing like a Sunday joint of human!!! .

Rate your Understanding I think I am an expert I think I have a good idea ? I think I have got some of it Help – can you go through it again .

Objectives Today I have learned: • The important physical factors in the environment of animals and plants • How plants and animals differ due to their environment (Adaptation) • How to identify producers primary consumers and predators • How to sort ‘classify’ animals into groups .

. • How to describe the environment of different habitats. • About the special adaptations that organisms have to help them live in their habitat.Objectives In today’s lesson I have also learned: • About the different habitats organisms live in.

Rate your Understanding I think I am an expert I think I have a good idea ? I think I have got some of it Help – can you go through it again .

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