Lapbook Cadena Alimentaria

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The Magic School BusA Science Chapter Book #17

Food Chain FrenzyLapbookby Amy Yee

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Lapbook BasicsFollow the instructions in the following page(s) to complete all the individual pieces that will go into your lapbook. And then assemble as follows: Open a file folder and fold in the two sides.

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Valley fold

Glue the booklets inside. Close the shutters and decorate the cover. If more space is needed to complete your project, there are several methods to extend your file folder. You can fold another folder in the similar fashion and glue the back of section 3 of your first folder to the back of section 1 of your second folder. You can also lay an additional piece of paper (card stock) just above or below the middle section (2) of the folder. Use packing tape or other strong tape, secure the paper to the folder creating a flap that can be opened to display your students work. You can also staple the crease between sections two and three of the first folder to the crease between sections one and two of the second folder using a long stapler. This method will give you two additional surfaces to add your students completed work. Some students prefer to assemble the lapbook after they have completed all the activities so they can arrange their booklets, while others prefer to affix each booklet to the lapbook after each activity. Either way will work. A note on cutting and folding. In the following templates, please cut on the solid lines. The black dotted lines are folding lines for mountain folds (when you are done folding, the black dotted lines should be on the outside of the fold). The yellow dotted lines are for valley folds (when you are done folding, the line is tucked on the inside of your fold). Do make sure that you use firm pressure to make your creases as sometimes these creases will help the final booklet to fall into their proper positions. For some younger students you may wish to have them dictate their answers to you or you may write down the answers for them to copy. Lapbooks not only are fun for kids to do and help with their information retention, they also serve as a permanent record of their learning. The students can refer to it when looking for information, or they can use it in presentations to friends and relatives thus further reinforcing their learning. I hope your student(s) will enjoy this lapbook and the information learned will remain with them.

Activities1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. What does all living things need? What do we get from the food we eat? What is a food chain? How is the sun the source of energy for all living things? What does chlorophyll do? Where is it found? What things make up carbohydrates? Where can they be found? What is the basic building block of all materials? When these building blocks join together, what do they form? 8. What does the root word photo mean? What does the root word synthesis mean? 9. During photosynthesis, what does light energy trapped by the chlorophyll do? 10. What combines to make carbohydrates? What is left over and released into the air? 11. How much glucose and other carbohydrates are created every year through photosynthesis? 12. Name the tree kinds of eaters, what they eat, and list a few examples of each type of eater. 13. What do animals use as their energy source? How do they get it? 14. As you move up the food chain, what happens to the number of animals at every level? 15. What is an ecosystem? Name a small ecosystem. Name a large ecosystem. 16. What is a food web? 17. How do plants and animals use most of their energy? 18. What happens to the amount of available energy as you go up the food chain? 19. How does poisons in the environment affect the food chain? 20. What are plankton made of? Where are they found? What are plankton containing chlorophyll called? What does the root word phyto mean? 21. Describe the circle of life: What do bacteria eat? They break their food down into what? What do they release in the process? What do the plants absorb? The plants will then make more of what? How are animals part of the circle of life? 22. What does decompose mean? Name a few decomposers. What two things do they help do so the plants can make more carbohydrates? 23. What do baleen whales eat? How do they eat?

Instructions1. Living things need. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 2. Food we eat. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 3. What is a food chain. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 4. Sun the source of energy. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 5. Chlorophyll do/found. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 6. Make up carbohydrates/found. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 7. Basic building block. Cut out the shape, fold in thirds accordion style, and answer each question. 8. Root words. Cut along all solid lines and fold along the dotted lines to make a connected matchbook. Write your answer inside each matchbook. 9. Trapped light energy. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 10. Combine to make carbohydrates/left over. Cut out the shape and fold along the dotted lines. Open each flap and write your answer on the inside. 11. How much each year. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 12. Types of eaters. Cut out the cover and the tabbed pages. On each page, write the type of eater on the tab and a brief description about the type of eater. 13. Energy. Cut out the shape, fold in thirds accordion style, and answer each question. 14. Up the food chain. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer what happens to the number of animals as you move up the food chain. 15. Ecosystem. Cut along all solid lines and fold along all dotted lines. Open the booklet and answer the question under each flap. 16. Food web. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and write a description of a food web on the inside. 17. Energy use. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer how do plants and animals use most of their energy. 18. Available energy. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 19. Poison. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the question on the inside. 20. Plankton. Cut out the square and fold along all dotted lines. Answer each question under the flap. 21. Circle of life. Cut out the two shapes and write your answers under each question. Punch holes through the middle and assemble the spinner using a paper fastener. 22. Decompose. Cut out the shape and fold along all dotted lines. Answer each question under the flap. 23. Baleen whales. Cut out the shape, fold in half, and answer the questions on the inside.

How is the sun the source of energy

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What things make up carbohydrates? Where can they be found?

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What is the basic building block of all materials?

When these building blocks join together, what do they form?

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synthesis

What is left over and released into the air?

What combines to make carbohydrates?

What do animals use as their energy source?

How do they get it?

Name an example of a small ecosystem

What is an ecosystem?

Name an example of a large ecosystem

What happens to the amount of available energy as you move up the food chain?

How does poisons in the environment affect the food chain?

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