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  • Food Chains

    Theresa Greenaway

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, Sept. 1, 2000)
    Explains how energy is transferred from plants to animals via the food chain.
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  • Food Chains

    Theresa Greenaway

    Paperback (Wayland (Publishers) Ltd, Feb. 13, 2014)
    This detailed guide to natural food chains is an ideal complement to the National Curriculum. It studies how energy is passed along the food chain and from plants to animals before examining how human activity can interfere with the natural process. Packed with detailed photographs and diagrams it provides both clear and fascinating coverage of the subject. Numerous activities encourage readers to explore aspects of food chains for themselves. And a topic web and cross-curricular activity ideas provide teachers with additional resources. A re-issue of one of a popular series.
  • Cycles in Nature: Food Chains

    Theresa Greenaway

    Paperback (Hodder & Stoughton Childrens Division, May 17, 2001)
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  • Food Chains

    Theresa Greenaway

    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, March 16, 2000)
    Animals and plants all need food of some sort, and there are feeding relationships going on all around us. This work examines food chains of different scales, and in different habitats and how the different plants and animals depend on each other for survival, and how taking a link in the chain out can disrupt the whole cycle. The book also explains how humans disrupt natural food chains, and what can be done to protect them. The "Cycles in Nature" series explores some of the continuous cycles that are happening in nature, from the most familiar to the most hidden links. Readers can discover the different habitats shared by plants and animals, and how they depend on each other for survival, often specially adapted to their environment. Each title looks at the way human action disrupts natural cycles, and what can be done to protect them. There is project work throughout and curriculum support for KS2 science using a hands-on approach: life processes, green plants as organisms, living things in their environments and materials and their properties.
  • Food Chains

    Theresa Greenaway

    Paperback (Hodder Wayland, Oct. 12, 2006)
    Rare Book
  • Food Chains Cycles In Nature by Theresa Greenaway

    Theresa Greenaway

    Paperback (Wayland, )
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