How do plants help us?
Plants and us
What do animals give us?
5 animals we need to survive
Why do we need trees?

Relationships in a community clownfish and sea anemone youtube video

Whale Research

Food web games

Build a Food Web
Fun with Food Webs
Food chains
Food Chain Game
Plant and animal habitats
Learn how to improve or build a frog habitat.
Food chains and definitions
Animal Adaptations Race against the clock by matching up animals' adaptations.
Eco-QuizDo you know what animal has natural antifreeze in its body so it won’t die when it freezes? Or what arctic birds do before they go to sleep in order to stay warm over night? Take the quiz to find out!
**Create your own food chain and print it!**
Make a food chain mobile
http://www.ecokids.ca/pub/eco_info/topics/climate/animal_antics/index.cfm Learn about caribou migration and create your own comic strip.


http://www.vtaide.com/png/foodchains.htm (reading page) Animal Websites World Book Online for Kids
Animals and their habitats; search for animals – shares info about animals and habitats; pictures and video

Magic Schoolbus The Great Habitat Match-up game - Play a quick game of “MSB’s The Great Habitat Match-up Game; learn what a habitat is and that nearly extinct animals need their habitats protected; match 5 animals to their habitats and learn facts about them

**http://www.discoverycenter.org/curriculum/Living/liv_inter.htm#animals** - Lots of links to interactive animal-related sites
**http://www.uen.org/utahlink/activities/view_activity.cgi?activity_id=4750** - Animal adaptations
Food Chains
**http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2science.html** - SmartBoard activity on Food Chains (producer, consumer) – uses river, woodland and seashore habitats (click on “Food Chains”)
**http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/scienceclips/ages/10_11/interdependence_fs.shtml** - Focus is “Interdependence and Adaptation”; find 8 living things in the woodland habitat; drag them to complete a food web; sort the animals based on ‘criteria’ (legs? shell?); complete a 10 question quiz; (click on the magnifying glass on the sorter page to find out more about the animal or plant)
Arctic Food web


Owl pellets video
**http://www.kidwings.com/index.htm** - owl pellet dissection (includes a link to a video and a virtual owl pellet dissection activity)
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/ - a variety of short videos/video clips on owls are available here for viewing on-line; go to this page and on the right hand side you’ll see videos by category; select animals – it takes a bit of time to load; then click on birds, then birds of prey; you’ll see 3 choices – Great Horned Owl, Hoot Cuisine, Snowy Owl)
http://www.worldbookonline.com/kids/Home - Select World Book Kids (search animals)
www.owlpages.com - This site was recommended by our presenter, Dr. Duncan
www.naturenorth.com - This site was recommended by our presenter, Dr. Duncan (he says to scroll down to “The Great Grey Owl”)


http://teacher.scholastic.com/products/instructor/pourquoitales.htm - Definition of pourquoi tales and samples of 3 very short tales
**http://www.ihms.mb.ca/News%20&%20Events/News%20&%20Events%201999-2000/story_vines.html** - Shows sample story vines

Food Web Plasticine Activity

Barbara Reid's website