For the twelfth instalment of our home learning resources, we are looking at food chains as our weekly topic and the Osprey is the Wildlife Fact file. We have produced food chain resources for a range of education levels from KS2 up to A-level so hopefully there is something for everyone!
We have introduced these online learning opportunities in response to Covid-19, which has prevented us from going into schools in the Ribble Catchment as we normally would. This is our way of bringing our educational topics to you at home so you can continue to learn all about rivers and wildlife. Each week we will be providing a new main topic, a Wildlife Fact file and a quiz.
This Prezi is aimed at KS2 students and covers what a food chain is, what key words are used to describe food chains, how to write food chains and what factors might disrupt these food chains.
Click on the links below to open the resources for KS3, GCSE and A-level students:
Wildlife Fact file
This week’s Wildlife Fact file is about the Osprey. Read the fact file below or click to open the pdf.
- What distinctive marking does the Osprey have?
- Blue feet
- A black ‘bandit’ mask
- Yellow ears
- A spotty tail
- What do food chains show?
- How plants and animals get their energy
- What worms eat
- The amount of food eaten by organisms
- How animals are linked
- What is the average lifespan of the Osprey?
- 4 years
- 8 years
- 10 years
- 12 years
- What do you always find at the start of a food chain?
- When should you look out for migrating Osprey?
- January, February, March
- September, October, January
- April, May, September
- June, July, September
- What is a consumer?
- An animal that eats other animals
- A living thing that eats other plants and/or animals
- An animal that is eaten by another animal
- A plant that makes its own food
- Where do Ospreys migrate to during the winter?
- North Africa
- West Africa
- United States
- How do plants make their own food?
- Taking food from the soil into their roots
- Consuming other plants
- Ospreys go underwater to catch their prey
- What do the arrows in a food chain show?
- Biomass cycling
- Movement of animals
- Transfer of energy
- Heat transfer
Click here for the answers