Vermont Standards. What is a Food Chain? A food chain is a chain of plant and animals in which
a plant or animal is eaten by the next animal on the chain.
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VT.LS. Life Science
Enduring Knowledge: Energy enters an ecosystem in the form of sunlight and flows through the system to each cell. Matter interacts, changes and recycles in an ecosystem. Populations of organisms survive by maintaining interdependent relationships with one another and by utilizing biotic and abiotic resources from the environment.
S1-2:35. Students demonstrate their understanding of Food Webs in an Ecosystem by:
S1-2:35.1. Acting out (dramatizing) or constructing simple diagrams, pictures or words that show what eats what. (DOK 2)
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