Fun Science Experiment: Pour whole milk and add red bull - let sit 5 minutes and the acid in the red bull will cause the protein in the milk to separate - liquid changing to solid! New Science Experiment to try!

E is for Explore!: Red Bull and Milk Reaction

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So awesome! A portal with links to so many interactives and research sites about animals: habitat, birds, pets, info, and rainforest

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Food chain worksheets for kids

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Worksheets: Food Chain Pyramid

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"Who Eats What? Food Chains and Food Webs" ocean children's book by Patricia Lauber, illustrated by Holly Keller

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Food Chain Cards & Charts

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Food Chains

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Secrets of the Garden: Food Chains and the Food Web in Our Backyard

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Science Word Wall of Food Web and Food Chain Terms product from NylasCraftyTeaching on TeachersNotebook.com

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FREE Ecosystems and Food Chain Study Guide product from Teaching Science Well - K-12 Science Resources on TeachersNotebook.com

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Ecosystem flipbook

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Ecosystems

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Ecosystem Pyramid student work (my science box)

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Ecosystems of the World

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Ecosystem Producer Consumer or Decomposer? Powerpoint product from Teacher Tom on TeachersNotebook.com

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Interactive Education: Build a Habitat

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"I GOT A HABITAT" BY THE BUMBLEMEN recommended by Charlotte's Clips

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Interesting slideshow of fifteen amazing animals who use camouflage to adapt to the habitat.

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Food Chain War - free printable card game

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Food Chain Activity Free Printable 5 Pages {NICE}

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Pollination Lesson- Kids put their bee's legs (fingers) into the bag and get pollen (cheeto dust) on their legs and then wipe it onto the next flower (on the outside of the next bag) they visit.

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Bottle EcoSystem

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Love this - food chain foldable:)

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Foldable plant needs

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