Ecosystem Interdependence through Food Chains and Food Webs: DISTANCE LEARNING Digital & Printable Versions

This is a collection of lessons and activities following inquiry-based science. Students will learn about how organisms are interdependent in an ecosystem.  They will learn about and explore food chains and food webs.  


Students explore where food comes from, by thinking about their own experiences and then considering food groups.  Through inquiry, discussions and hands-on sorts, students learn about how energy is transferred from the sun, to producers, and to consumers.  

Students learn about the relationship between and roles of predators and prey.  They practice identifying these species. 

Ecosystem BUNDLE for Distance Learning: Google Classroom and Printable, over 190 pages!

This HUGE Ecosystem bundle is both DIGITAL and PRINTABLE, with over 190 printable pages and over 190 slides.  The digital version is compatible with Google Classroom and perfect for Distance Learning.  

There are three units in this bundle, which include: living vs. nonliving, food chains and food webs, and producers, consumers, and decomposers.  

The Ecosystem Bundle focuses on Next Generation Science Standards NGSS LS2 Ecosystems: Interactions, Energy, and Dynamics (System Interactions.)

It includes lessons and inquiry-based science activities, worksheets, vocabulary, assessments, visuals,  various science graphic organizers, and more!

Hopes and Dreams in a Digital Classroom for Distance Learning

Distance teaching this fall? Looking for ways to build your community and set a positive tone for the year?  You can still make HOPES & DREAMS with your students, digitally!

Highlight, Erase, Edit, Color, Have FUN with ERASABLE Highlighters!

Back to School Classroom Writing Tools

These are MUST HAVE School Supplies!

If you haven't see the new Crayola Erasable Highlighters, then you NEED to check them out now!  

Teachers Pay Teachers: What Is It? Why Should I Get Involved?

5 Million teachers used Teachers Pay Teachers last year.  

Why?  Because, according to TPT, it's the "go-to place for educators to find the resources, knowledge, and inspiration they need to teach at their best."

3 Types of Literal & Nonliteral Words and Phrases for Valentine's Day (Idioms, Similes, Metaphors) FREEBIE

Valentine's Day is the PERFECT holiday to have fun learning literal and nonliteral language skills with children!

We are kicking off this holiday by learning about idioms, similes, and metaphors.  Check out our progress!