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Boreal Forest Biome (2) - YouTube

A short presentation on the Boreal Forest of Canada and Russia

Regenwoud Sumatra

Regenwoud Sumatra

create eco system in a jar

Miniature Eco-System: Just thought that this could be a great Earths Day themed craft for kids. Tropical rain forests are one of the most endangered ecosystems in the world.

BBC Interactive History Website for Kids

Age of the Patriarchs, Age of Apostles, Age of Triumph; History BBC Interactive History Website for Kids

The Six Land Ecosystems Sort Packet A sort activity using the six land ecosystems on our planet (temperate forests, rain forests, deserts, taiga, tundra, and grasslands). Students must cut out the boxes and then place them in the right categories. This is a good way to build background knowledge or check for understanding of this topic.

The Six Land Ecosystems Sort Packet

Geography4Kids helps students expand their views of ecosystems which "can be as small as a puddle or as large as the Pacific Ocean."  Biomes and Ecotones are explained.  Be sure to view the 360 degree panoramas of North American land biomes. (the link is in green near the bottom of the page)  Successive pages talk about life cycles, food chains and decomposition in and of ecosystems.

The ecosystm of this oasis can be found in the middle of scrub desert

The taiga is the world's largest terrestrial biome. In North America it covers most of inland Canada and Alaska as well as parts of the extreme northern continental United States (northern Minnesota through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to Upstate New York and northern New England) and is known as the Northwoods. #Glogster #Taiga

The taiga is the world's largest terrestrial biome. In North America it covers most of inland Canada and Alaska as well as parts of the extreme northern continental United States (northern Minnesota through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to Upstate New York and northern New England) and is known as the Northwoods. #Glogster #Taiga

Coastal wetlands are among the most productive ecosystems on earth. But the nation lost almost 370,000 acres of coastal wetlands between 2004 and 2009, at a rate of 80,000 acres per year. This marks a 25 percent faster rate of loss than researchers measured between 1998 and 2004.

Coastal wetlands are among the most productive ecosystems on earth. But the nation lost almost acres of coastal wetlands between 2004 and at a rate of acres per year. This marks a 25 percent faster rate of loss than researchers measured between 1998 and

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