Explore Ecosystems Learn more about ecosystems! Take the

Explore Ecosystems Learn more about ecosystems!  Take the

Explore Ecosystems Learn more about ecosystems!

Take the Ecosystem Quiz! Standards Eco

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Quiz? Arctic Ecosystem Location: Arctic Circle or North Pole. Climate: Very cold. Snow and ice all year. Landscape:

Animals: Back to ecosystems Desert Ecosystem

Location: All over the world: USA, Africa, Australia and Asia. Climate: Hot during the day, cold at night, very dry. Landscape: Animals:

Back to ecosystems Grassland Savanna Ecosystem Location: Africa (similar savannas can be found in Australia).

Climate: Hot, mostly dry with short seasons of rain. Landscape: Animals: Back to ecosystems

Ocean Ecosystem Location: All of the world. Four major oceans: Arctic, Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Climate: Depending on location, ranges from freezing cold to warm temperatures Landscape: Animals:

Back to ecosystems Rainforest Ecosystem Location: South America, Africa and Asia Climate: Very hot and humid. Rains an average of 80 inches each year!

Landscape: Animals: Back to ecosystems

Temperate Ecosystem Location: North America, Europe, Asia and Australia Climate: Warm/hot summers and cool/cold winters. Average rain and snow. Landscape: Animals:

Back to ecosystems Ecosystem Quiz Which ecosystem has warm/hot summers and cool/cold winters? A. Temperate ecosystem

B. Rainforest ecosystem C. Grassland savanna ecosystem Try Again! Go Back

Right! Next Question! Ecosystem Quiz

Rainforest ecosystems are most threatened by? A. Poaching B. Deforestation C. Littering Try Again!

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Ecosystem Quiz How is the ocean ecosystem being affected by humans? A. Dolphins are becoming endangered due to poaching B. Ocean is being polluted by people dumping chemicals and oil spills C. It isnt being affected

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Next Question! Ecosystem Quiz What types of plants would you see in a desert ecosystem? A. Tall trees and lots of small plants B. Cactus plants and tumbleweed

C. Small bushes and evergreens Try Again! Go Back

Right! Next Question! Ecosystem Quiz True or False: You could find a skunk in a temperate ecosystem.

True False Try Again! Go Back

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Which ecosystem would you find a lion in? A. Temperate ecosystem B. Desert ecosystem C. Grassland savanna ecosystem Try Again!

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Ecosystem Quiz What type of weather would you find in a grassland savanna ecosystem? A. Very rainy and humid B. Mainly dry with short seasons of rain C. Hot summers and cold winters

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Next Question! Ecosystem Quiz Which ecosystem is will suffer the most if temperatures get warmer? A. Rainforest ecosystem B. Arctic ecosystem

C. Desert ecosystem Try Again! Go Back

Right! Next Question! Ecosystem Quiz Which ecosystem has a very dry climate that is hot during the day and cool at night?

A. Ocean ecosystem B. Arctic ecosystem C. Desert ecosystem Try Again!

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True or False: Ocean ecosystems can range from cold to warm temperatures. True False Try Again!

Go Back Right! End of quiz! Learn more about ecosystems!

Third Grade Standards Social Studies: Standard 3: Geography Students will explain that simple grid systems (latitude and longitude) are used to locate places on maps and globes, and will begin to understand the Earth/sun relationship, identify the distinctive physical and cultural features of their community, and explain the geographic relationships within their own community with the state and other states within the region.

3.3.10 Environment and Society: Use a variety of information resources to identify regional environmental issues and examine the ways that people have tried to solve these problems. 3.3.11 Environment and Society: Identify and describe the relationship between human systems and physical systems and the impact they have on each other. Science Standard 4: The Living Environment Students learn about an increasing variety of organisms. They use appropriate tools and identify similarities and

differences among them. Students explore how organisms satisfy their needs in typical environments. 3.4.1 Demonstrate that a great variety of living things can be sorted into groups in many ways using various features, such as how they look, where they live, and how they act, to decide which things belong to which group 3.4.2 Explain that features used for grouping depend on the purpose of the grouping. Home

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