Biomes Survival Flyer
6 Types of Biomes
OH NO!!!! YOUR PLANE HAS JUST CRASHED OVER A DESERTED BIOME AND YOU ARE THE ONLY SURVIVOR!
Four months later you are rescued. Having survived in one of the six biomes for four months you decide that you should create a flyer that can be placed on a plane in case a crash would occur again. Following the directions below to make a flyer that could be used to help someone survive in that biome.
Read below to see what you will need to put in your flyer!
Include a description of the biome for people to get a better understanding of the place they just crashed in? This should be 3 to 4 sentences long and include a picture.
Food and Water
What is the type of food you will find in this area that will help you survive? How will you search/ catch this food? What will you have to do to make sure this food is safe to eat? When will you be able to catch this food? Find a picture of this food and include on your flyer? What will you be able to find to drink in this biome?
What type of shelter will you be able to make for yourself in the biome? What will be some of the supplies you will have to use in this biome? Why do you need a shelter in this biome? Add or draw a picture of what you think your shelter would look like in this biome?
Create a list of dangerous consumers in this biome. Create a list of safe consumers in this biome. Explain who you could use some of these animals relationships (Predator/prey) to help you be safe and survive in this biome.
What are some of the producers you will find in this biome? Why are these producers so important?
What is the climate like in this biome? How much rain falls in this biome? What is the temperature like in this biome? What would you need to survive in the climate/weather?
Biomes of the World for Children: Oceans, Mountains, Grassland, Rainforest, Desert - FreeSchool
Mr. Boldt can't copy this.
Rainforests are very dense, warm, wet forests. They are havens for millions of plants and animals. Rainforests are extremely important in the ecology of the Earth. The plants of the rainforest generate much of the Earth's oxygen.