Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Wild about Food Chains and Food Webs!

I'm really excited because I just finished working on a WILD about Food Chains and Food Webs activity that I used with my class last week.  Two different sets of cards allow students to build food chains and then create a food web.

One of my students said "This is really hard...but really fun!"  Since I'm just getting started in the land of blog, I'm going to offer this 24-page document FREE (I have it for sale at my TpT store) to the first person who leaves their email in a comment about this post.  Happy teaching!


  1. Kate,
    I would like to have a copy of this! I am so glad you were able to use the food chain and food webs cootie catchers from my page.

    Ramblings of a Fifth & Sixth Grade teacher

  2. Ok great! I'll be sure to send you it via email. Gmail is down right now (not sure why), but as soon as it is up and running again Ill send you the zipped file. Thanks for visiting my blog!

  3. I love your blog! There are so many helpful ideas and the layout is great. I will check back often. ;)

    -Nicole Griffin

    1. Thanks for stopping by. I've been swamped lately and have not had the time to put a lot of things up. I promise to share more soon!

  4. Hi Kate,

    can I please have it too!

    Thank you so much!




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