Tammy Moulton

Ecosystem Project

Ecosystem Research Project

 

Choose five:

Terrestrial Biomes: Taiga, Grassland, Tundra, Desert, Deciduous Forest, Tropical Rainforest

Aquatic Ecosystems: Salt Marsh (marine), Ocean (marine), Lake (freshwater),

pond (freshwater), river (freshwater

 

Google Drawings:

Make a drawing of one ecosystem per page, but five separate ecosystems.  You will have five different pages. 

On each ecosystem, please include examples of decomposers, producers (plants), primary consumers (herbivores), and secondary consumers (carnivores and omnivores.)

Be sure to add the predators and prey, the food sources, water source, habitat, and interesting animal behaviors like camouflage and symbiosis.

Enjoy!!

hwater), river (freshwater

Notes

4/22/18

Gold Rush Project

 

Include:

  1. Essay on your field trip to Coloma
  2. Photos of your drawings
  3. A Miner’s Life
  4. Three different routes to the Gold Rush in California, describe & pictures
  5. Important people in the Gold Rush
  6. Different ways to pan for gold
  7. Gold Rush pictures
  8. Information and pictures about the Donner & Reed Expedition

 

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2/26/18

Mission San Diego de Alcala  

Please open the link for the project!


 

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Attachments:
8/16/17

 

Dates books to be completed by:

September 11

October 2

October 23

November 13

December 11

January 16

February 5

February 26

March 19

April 16

May 7

May 28

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8/16/17
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Calendar

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Sunday
7/15/18
Monday
7/16/18
Tuesday
7/17/18
Wednesday
7/18/18
Thursday
7/19/18
Friday
7/20/18
Saturday
7/21/18

Ecosystems Project

Ecosystems Project

 

*On Google Drawings, create five different ecosystems, showing the habitat, water source, examples of decomposers, producers, and primary and secondary consumers.  Make sure you include naming words and explanations.

 

*Examples of different ecosystems are:  Tropical ocean, Arctic Ocean, temperate ocean, coral reef, tropical rainforest, temperate rainforest, desert, grassland, arid mountains, wet mountains, swamp, bog, pond, river, lake, etc.

 

Reptile Storyboards

Thank you notes for the Reptile Visit from Fairytale Town

Relief Maps of California

Relief Maps of California

Homophones

Homophones

Dr. Seuss' Birthday

Dr. Seuss' Birthday
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Vocabulary 9-1-16

Vocabulary 9-1-16

Vocabulary 8-25-16

Vocabulary 8-25-16

Erosion & Weathering in Sedona, Arizona

Mulberry leaf

Mulberry leaf

Rock cliffs made by erosion

Rock cliffs made by erosion

Rock cleavage, showing breakage

Rock cleavage, showing breakage