All living things have various eating structures to help them find and consume their food. Students learn some of the many different ways that consumers eat. > Download PDF

 

Activity 1: Growing Goodness

Producers use sunlight, water, and co2 to produce sugar (food).

 

Activity 2: Capturing The Sun

Chlorophyll captures sunlight to make food.

   

Activity 4: Munchin' Machines

Fish scrape, crunch, nibble, rip, and gulp.

 

Activity 5: Take No Prisoners

Coral eat plankton and get energy from algae living inside them.

 

Activity 6: I've Got You Covered!

Octopuses capture food with a blanket-like web.

   

Activity 8: Chompin' Limu

Adult green turtles tear and chew algae.

 
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