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Grade 4 Food Chains and Webs
An animal that eats both plants and animals is a(n)
  1. herbivore.
  2. carnivore.
  3. dinosaur.
  4. omnivore.
Grade 4 Biotic and Abiotic
Grade 4 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
What is the role of an organism within its environment?
  1. factor
  2. ecosystem
  3. accommodation
  4. niche
Grade 4 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
A living thing's home is its
  1. trait.
  2. habitat.
  3. soil.
  4. food web.
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
An example of a decomposer is
  1. bacteria.
  2. water.
  3. energy.
  4. niche.
Grade 4 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 4 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
Which list shows a possible order in which energy moves through an ecosystem?
  1. herbivore, carnivore, Sun, producer, decomposer
  2. Sun, producer, herbivore, carnivore, decomposer
  3. Sun, producer, predator, consumer, decomposer
  4. producer, Sun, carnivore, herbivore, decomposer
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
The niche of a producer is to
  1. eat other consumers.
  2. provide food for carnivores.
  3. make carbon dioxide-oxygen.
  4. provide food for themselves and other organisms.
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
The algae at the beginning of the food chain are
  1. consumers.
  2. decomposers.
  3. producers.
  4. heterotrophs.
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 4 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
Animals that hunt other animals to eat are
  1. prey.
  2. omnivores.
  3. predators.
  4. herbivores.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What two parts of the cell are different between an animal cell and a plant cell?
  1. cell wall and nucleus
  2. nucleus and cell membrane
  3. cell wall and chloroplast
  4. mitochondrion and chloroplast
Grade 4 Adaptations and Behavior
Bird Beak - BuzzardBird Beak - Curlew
Different types of bird beaks are an example of
  1. food webs.
  2. weathering.
  3. learned behaviors.
  4. physical adaptations.
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
In an ecosystem, how are food webs and food chains different?
  1. Food webs begin with animals, and food chains begin with plants.
  2. Food webs rarely begin with plants, and food chains begin with animals.
  3. Food webs show the relationship between many different food chains in a single ecosystem.
  4. Food chains show the relationship between many different food webs in a single ecosystem.
Grade 5 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
Grade 5 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 4 Communities, Populations, and Ecosystems
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