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3-5 Decomposers are Recyclers Activity

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3-5 Decomposers are Recyclers Activity 3.S.1B.1 Construct devices or design solutions to solve specific problems or needs: (1) ask questions to identify problems or needs, (2) ask questions about the criteria and constraints of the devices or solutions, (3) generate and communicate ideas for possible devices or solutions, (4) build and test devices or solutions, (5) determine if the devices or ...

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Decomposers are Recyclers Observation Sheet

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Decomposers are Recyclers Observation Sheet Experiment Questions: 1. Which items decomposed the quickest? 2. Which items decomposed the slowest? 3. Why do they think some items decomposed faster than others? 4. Which items might benefit a wildlife community if they were left to decompose in its environment? 5. Which items might be harmful to a wildlife community? 6. How do decomposers help the ...

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SRP Decomposers and Recyclers Lesson 2

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Decomposers and Recyclers_Lesson 2 SRP0275 1 Science Unit: Decomposers and Recyclers Lesson: 2 Snails and Slugs School Year: 2012/2013 Developed for: Dr. George M. Weir School, Vancouver School District Developed by: Catriona Gordon (scientist), Amber Burma, Nancy Khan, Julie Luciani, and Dianne Minamimaye (teachers) Grade level: Presented to grades K-3; appropriate for grades K – 5 with age ...

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Grade 4: Nature’s Recyclers - LSFES

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Answer: Decomposers like insects, bacteria, and fungi break down the scat. There are many nutrients in scat which makes it a useful source of food for many decomposers. If we did not have our trusty recyclers breaking it down, we would be up to our necks in scat! Yuck. Ask them what kinds of animals live here and some scat that they may see.

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Worms, Nature’s Super Recyclers

Worms, Nature’s Super Recyclers

3. Sprinkle a 2-inch layer of soil over the bedding and sprinkle it with water to make the soil damp. 4. Bury food scraps under the soil. Burying the scraps prevents bad food odors. 5. Now add your earthworms and put the lid on the bin. They will go to work! Caring for your worms: 1. Assign one or two students a week to give food scraps to the ...

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Thus the decomposers/recyclers are ‘recyclers of biosphere’. The nature is capable of sustaining the producer-consumer-decomposer cycle indefinitely with sun as energy source. CARBON CYCLE: a) All life is based on element carbon. b) Concentration of carbon in living matter is about 18% which is extracted mostly from plants. c) Carbon is also major constituent of most organic matter. e.g ...

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5 NATURE’S RECYCLERS ACTIVITY GUIDE • OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES • 2 Give each person a map Ask them to fill in the details of the area (building, parking lots, campsites, trees, play equipment, soda machines, beaches, fences, trash cans, streets, etc ) Display example graphics for the map legend 3 Ask them to circle on their maps the places where they predict that the most litter will be found ...

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Lesson 1: Nature’s Recyclers (50 minutes) 1. Introduce the Lesson 2. Observations and Exploration 3. Decomposers Story 4. Habitat Creation 5. Wrap Lesson 1 citations Appendices: A.Species Anatomy Poster Examples Lesson 2: The Forest of Sahalie Shrew (50 minutes) 1. Introduction 2. Campfire Story Time 3. Reflection and Picture Book Activity 4. Wrap Map Lesson 2 citations Appendices: A.The ...

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Cluster 2: Nature’s Recyclers (Lessons 3–11) Overview. Students discuss what the term “waste” means, examine a “mystery bag” filled with examples of natural waste, and speculate about why the world is not covered in organic remains. They arrange illustrations showing the progressive decomposition of several organisms, or parts of organisms. They suggest reasons for why the ...

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Worms and Decomposers - Linus Pauling Institute

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Worms and Decomposers Overview: Students will learn about the role of earthworms in decomposition. Subject area: Science Grade level: 3rd-5th Next Generation Science Standards: 5-LS2 Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics 5.LS2.1 Develop a model to describe the movement of matter among plants, animals, decomposers, and the environment.

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“Nature’s Recyclers” Multidisciplinary Classroom Activities

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“Nature’s Recyclers” describes the organisms that break organic matter into its constituent parts. Readers will learn about detritivores, such as turkey vultures, bullheads, and houseflies; and decomposers, such as mushrooms, and bacteria. fifth through eighth grades Total words: 1,398 Materials Preparation time:

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