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Habitats

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Austen Siebenaler

on 3 April 2016

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Transcript of Habitats

Day 1: Words to Know
Ecosystem
Community
Population
Habitat
Ecosystem
all of the living things and nonliving things in a place
Community
all living things in an ecosystem
Population
All the members of a single type of organism in an ecosystem
Habitat
A living thing's home
Habitats Day 2:
Pull out your homework: the Relationships Among Living Things sheet and your illustrations in your interactive notebooks
As I come around, cut and paste the following words in your interactive notebooks:
Forest
Rainforest
Day 2: Words to Remember
Forest
Rainforest

Forest
a thick growth of trees covering a large area
What are some animals that live in forests in Virginia?
Layers of the Forest:
There are four kinds of forest: temperate deciduous, tropical rainforest, temperate coniferous, boreal forests
Rainforest
A thick forest in a tropical region with a high amount of rainfall
www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/tropicalrainforests/
Day 3:
Pull out your homework: Ecosystems Page and Illustrations in your interactive notebooks
As I come around, cut and paste the following words into your interactive notebooks:
stream
river
pond
marshland
swamp
Day 3: Words to Know
stream
river
pond
marshland
swamp
www.brainpopjr.com/science/habitats/freshwaterhabitats/preview/weml
Stream
a small flowing body of water
River:
a large stream of water that flows across the land
Pond
a small body of still (not flowing) water
Marshland
an area of land with wet, low-lying areas
Swamp
an area of spongy, muddy land that is often filled with water
What is the difference between a swamp and a marsh?
Day 4:
Take out your interactive notebooks, glue in the following words:
Oceans
Day 4: Oceans
How are oceans different from streams and rivers?
How are oceans different from lakes and ponds?
How are oceans different from swamps and marshes?
Oceans
the large bodies of salt water that cover three quarters of the earth's surface
www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/underwaterworld/preview.weml
Day 5:
Pull out your homework: page 5 in your packet and illustrations in your interactive notebooks
As I come around, cut and paste the new words into your interactive notebooks:
Desert
Grassland
Day 5: Words to Know
Desert
Grasslands
Desert:

www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/deserts/
a dry place with very little rain
Grasslands
an area of land, such as a prairie, covered with grass
Desert or Grassland?
app.discoveryeducation.com/search?Ntt=grassland
Day 6:
Take out your homework: pages 8 and 9 in packet and illustrations
As I come around, paste the following words into your interactive notebook:
tundra

Day 6: Tundra
www.brainpop.com/science/earthsystem/tundra/
a vast, flat, treeless Arctic region in which a layer of soil is permanently frozen
What kinds of animals and plants live in the tundra?
Day 7:
Take out your homework: illustrations in your interactive notebook
As I come around, review your vocabulary for the quiz.
Vocabulary Review:
What is an ecosystem?
What is a community?
What is a population?
Name that Habitat:
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