California Science: Student Edition: Grade 4 by Dr. Jay K. Hackett

By Dr. Jay K. Hackett

Existence technological know-how; dwelling issues want power, residing issues and their Environment.EARTH technology; Rocks adn Minerals, gradual alterations in the world, speedy adjustments on Earth.PHYSICAL technology; electrical energy, Magnetism.

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HIGH RES PLACED A A heron is a carnivore. 42 EXPLAIN Omnivores Some animals, such as bears, seem to eat everything! They eat such living things as fish, berries, leaves, mice, and squirrels. Are bears carnivores because they eat animals? Are they herbivores because they eat plants? In fact, bears are called omnivores. An omnivore is an animal that eats both plants and animals. Other examples of omnivores include raccoons, pigs, dogs, and chickens. Some insects, such as wasps and flies, will eat both plants and animals.

They eat such living things as fish, berries, leaves, mice, and squirrels. Are bears carnivores because they eat animals? Are they herbivores because they eat plants? In fact, bears are called omnivores. An omnivore is an animal that eats both plants and animals. Other examples of omnivores include raccoons, pigs, dogs, and chickens. Some insects, such as wasps and flies, will eat both plants and animals. Most people are omnivores, too. People eat from a wide mix of plant and animal food groups.

Step Step Write the names of the new organisms on index cards. Find pictures of each plant and animal to put on the cards, or draw your own pictures. Make a Model Assemble the second set of index cards in the order of a food chain. You will now have two separate food chains.

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