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A producer is a living thing that can produce or make its own food. Humans, for example, are not producers. We have to either grow our own food or go to the shops and buy it. A plant, however, is a producer and using a few things can produce its own food. They use the sun’s energy, water, carbon dioxide in the air, and convert these to energy in a process known as photosynthesis. After sunlight, producers always start or begin a food chain. Lettuce, for example, makes its own food. Then things like slugs come along and eat it. And then chickens, for example, come along and eat the slugs. A sunflower is another example of a producer producing its own food through photosynthesis. Sunflower seeds can then be eaten by mice and then mice are, in turn, eaten by things like owls. Another producer found across the world is grass. Grass starts many food chains. For example, grass might be eaten by grasshoppers and in turn, grasshoppers might be eaten by hawks, another producer starting a food chain.

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  • What is a producer?

    1) A living thing that can make or produce its own food
    2) A non-living thing
    3) A computer
    4) A tiger
  • Why are plants known as producers?

    1) Because plants create their own food from sunlight
    2) Because plants eat insects
    3) Because plants are carnivores
    4) Because plants don't need water
  • Which one of these is an example of a producer?

    1) Avocado Tree
    2) Ladybird
    3) Dog
    4) Bee
  • Whicg gas do producers need to grow?

    1) Carbon Dioxide
    2) Oxygen
    3) Nitrogen
    4) Methane
  • What is the process called where plants produce their own energy?

    1) Photosynthesis
    2) Phoning
    3) Phonics
    4) Phobias
  • What living things support all life on earth?

    1) Plants
    2) Reptiles
    3) Insects
    4) Birds
  • Which one of these is an example of a producer?

    1) Algae
    2) Shrimp
    3) Killer Whale
    4) Fox
  • How would too little rain affect producers?

    1) All of them
    2) They could die as producers need water to grow
    3) Animals that eat plants might not be able to find enough food
    4) All parts of the food chain could be affected
  • Could a snail ever be a producer?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Producers end a food chain?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Could a bear ever start a food chain?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • A sunflower is a producer?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Grass is a producer that starts many food chains?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Is it always a green plant that starts a food chain?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Sunlight is important for all life on earth?

    1) Yes
    2) No

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