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Speed Match Review Game

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Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
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2nd level consumer (or carnivore)
Tundra
The number of producers (plants)
Intertidal zone
decomposers
Ecosystem
photosynthesis
Taiga
Producers
canopy
Rain Forest
Omnivores
permafrost
interdependence
Producers
Community
food web
biome
population
1st level consumer (or herbivore)
Grasslands
Rain Forest
individual
desert
Deciduous Forest
This is the word that means plants and animals need each other
A group of individuals of the same species
These are usually at the bottom of the food chain
This is the process by which plants make food from sunlight
The plants and animals in their physical enviornment is called
This is a series of food chains
This biome has leaves that shed
this biome has the greatest variety of plants and animals
this biome has the fewest number of plants and animals
a large scale ecosystem
this biome has plants with roots close to the surface of the soil and thick stems on plants
this a layer of permanently frozen soil found in the tundra
an animal that eats an herbivore is called
this is where the waves lap the shore and tides rise and fall
A group of populations living in the same environment
These break down the tissue of dead organisms
This is the top layer of the rainforest
These get their energy from the sun
this biome has lots of evergreen trees
The number of animals that live in a place depend on what
An animal that eats a producer is called
animals that eat plants and meat are called
this biome has very few plants on the ground because sunlight can't reach
This biome has large roaming grazing animals
One single organism is called

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DescriptionMatch:
this biome has the greatest variety of plants and animalsRain Forest
this biome has the fewest number of plants and animalsTundra
This biome has leaves that shedDeciduous Forest
This biome has large roaming grazing animalsGrasslands
this biome has lots of evergreen treesTaiga
this a layer of permanently frozen soil found in the tundrapermafrost
This is the top layer of the rainforestcanopy
this is where the waves lap the shore and tides rise and fallIntertidal zone
This is the process by which plants make food from sunlightphotosynthesis
This is the word that means plants and animals need each otherinterdependence
One single organism is calledindividual
A group of individuals of the same speciespopulation
A group of populations living in the same environmentCommunity
The plants and animals in their physical enviornment is calledEcosystem
a large scale ecosystem biome
These are usually at the bottom of the food chainProducers
An animal that eats a producer is called1st level consumer (or herbivore)
an animal that eats an herbivore is called2nd level consumer (or carnivore)
animals that eat plants and meat are calledOmnivores
These break down the tissue of dead organisms decomposers
this biome has very few plants on the ground because sunlight can't reachRain Forest
this biome has plants with roots close to the surface of the soil and thick stems on plantsdesert
These get their energy from the sunProducers
This is a series of food chainsfood web
The number of animals that live in a place depend on whatThe number of producers (plants)