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In the tundra there are very few trees and mostly short shrubbery. Trees can't grow there because the ground is frozen from 10 inches to 3 feet deep and the roots couldn't get the nutrients they needed.

There are two types of tundra biomes. There are alpine tundras and arctic tundras. This is an example of an arctic tundra. It traditionally has more snow and precipitation than the alpine biomes.

Biomes: Tundra - Experiment  This shows students how animal fat keeps them warm. Quick and Easy!

Biomes: Tundra - Experiment This shows students how animal fat keeps them warm. This would be something fun that would get students interested in what we are learning about.

Arctic Tundra Biome Food Web | practically the entire food chain of the arctic tundras 5

Arctic Tundra Biome Food Web | practically the entire food chain of the arctic tundras 5

Arctic Tundra Biome School Project | Tundra biome food chain More

arctic food web - I love how this includes humans and a specific dead animal for decomposers to eat. Very thorough food web!

BIOMES Report & Lapbook • Everything needed to research and write about the rainforest, ocean, Arctic tundra, and many more!

Biomes Lapbook - Biomes Project & Informational Writing - Ecosystems and Biomes

BIOMES Report & Lapbook • Everything needed to research and write about the rainforest, ocean, Arctic tundra, and many more!

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