Food Webs in the Oak Woodlands
Food Webs in the Oak Woodlands

Today’s Activities


One of the natural regions in our area is oak woodlands. Read about this ecosystem here and complete this worksheet.  You can learn about the terms producer, consumer, omnivore, carnivore, and herbivore in this dictionary.   

Draw or Write? You decide! Use the plants and animals from the oak woodlands to create a food web; here is an example. Or, write a descriptive paragraph about a hike through an oak woodland.  Describe what you see, feel, and hear as you explore.

Brain Teasers!

Check in with some math problems here.  Which one is the most challenging?  Ask your family and friends what they think.

Leveled learning extension 1: Reinforce your math skills with these pages which offer more basic math problems! 

Leveled learning extension 2: Tease your brain with these worksheets to target foundational math skills!

Worksheet 1

Worksheet 2

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