Food Chain Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples

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In a food chain, _____ is passed on from one organism to another.

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1. Producers are _____ because they get energy from the sun, make their own food, and make food for some animals.

2. Herbivores (plant-eaters), carnivores (meat-eaters), and omnivores (eats both plants and meat) are all _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

See how much you know about food chains using this quiz/worksheet. You will be tested on the structure of these chains.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessment tools are effective at helping you check your knowledge of:

  • The thing passed from one organism to another in a food chain
  • Producers
  • Food that decomposers eat
  • Humans and the food chain

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you know about what humans are in the food chain
  • Interpreting information - make sure that you can read information on producers and know what it means
  • Reading comprehension - read the most important information from the related lesson on food chains and their characteristics

Additional Learning

Keep expanding on your knowledge of food chains by looking at the lesson called Food Chain Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples. Use this lesson to help you complete these objectives:

  • Determine what a food chain describes
  • Identify what starts a food chain
  • Compare and contrast producers and consumers
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