1. What do living things get from their ecosystems?
1. Living things get many things from ecosystem. Such as food and natural resources that you need in order to survive. They also get to be able to make a habitat to stay away from other predators.
2. What evidence do you have to support your answer to question 1?
3. What does the term ecosystem mean, based on your experience in this lesson? (Don't use the definition from the BIG IDEA here. Put it into your own words.)
4. Brainstorm at least one question you have about Ecosystems that you hope you learn from this unit.
5. Look at the image below that shows a portion of a forest ecosystem. Name at least five components (living or non-living things) of the ecosystem that you can either observe directly or infer.
6. What are three (or more) interactions that might occur in this portion of the forest ecosystem?
2. Some evidence that I have that supports question one is, the only way wild animals get the reassures they need is by drinking water from lakes and eating different foods such as fruit. Also different trees and caves can provide habitat for animals.
3. The term ecosystem means everything in nature interacting together. An example is a fish eating another fish because they are interacting by eating each other. Another part of the ecosystem is the cycles of the ecosystem like how the sun goes to grass, which goes to cow, which goes to hamburger.
4. One question I have about this Ecosystem unit is if one cycle or a one animal got extinct would lots of animals dies because of that death of that one animal.
5. Five things in this forest ecosystem are Deer, Grass, Water, Trees, Rocks, and fish.
6. Three things that could happen in this forest ecosystem is fish eating other fish, other animals trying to eat the deer, the last interaction is the deer eating grass.