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This would be a good way to show students the difference between food webs and food chains. This activity presents the information in a clear, colorful, visual way that will make students understand better.-AK
Food Web: For this activity, one student starts with a ball of yarn, toss it to another student, and call out a component of the food chain in an ecosystem. Once everyone is holding onto the yard, the teacher will say that a certain tree got cut down and they will cut the string by that tree with scissors and see how "creatures" were affected by one small change. This is good to see how human interactions and natural events affect the environment.
This game contains 72 game cards and a game board to help students practice key vocabulary and concepts related to food chains and food webs. This is great as a pair/group activity or for use in science centers.