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Types of Ecosystems (Grade 3)

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Types of Ecosystems

1. 
A place where living and nonliving things interact, such as forests and deserts is called a(n)
  1. ecosystem.
  2. population.
  3. community.
  4. habitat.
 
2. 
The main plants in a                 ecosystem are trees.
  1. desert
  2. forest
  3. grassland
  4. water
3. 
An ocean is an example of a                  water ecosystem.
  1. fresh
  2. salt
  3. brackish
  4. all of the above
 
4. 
A lake is an example of a                   water ecosystem.
  1. fresh
  2. salt
  3. brackish
  4. none of the above
5. 
A type of forest that has trees with large, flat leaves that fall and regrow each year is a                 forest.
  1. coastal
  2. coniferous
  3. deciduous
  4. tropical
 
6. 
A type of forest that grows where there is a lot of rain and the temperatures are never too warm or too cold is a                 forest.
  1. coastal
  2. coniferous
  3. deciduous
  4. tropical rain
7. 
A type of forest that is hot and wet all year and has more types of living things than anywhere else on Earth is a                 forest.
  1. coastal
  2. coniferous
  3. deciduous
  4. tropical rain
 
8. 
A type of forest that grows in cold temperatures, where the trees have needle-like leaves, such as Christmas trees, is a                 forest.
  1. coastal
  2. coniferous
  3. deciduous
  4. tropical rain
9. 
The                 ecosystem has little or no rainfall.
  1. desert
  2. forest
  3. grassland
  4. water
 
10. 
The                 ecosystem is made up of large, flat areas of land covered with grass.
  1. desert
  2. forest
  3. grassland
  4. water
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