Hello i'm Julian Roberts from 5-3 and i'm going to do the taiga ecosystem project you'll see some project's and how to do those. my research down below.
I'm going to do a summary. These two are project's of the taiga biome.
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How to build it.

You will need.

Tree's,glue or glue-stick,shoe box,bushes,animals,Popsicle sticks,crayons,some cardboard,and cotton-balls.

1.Color the bottom of the cardboard green and blue(with the crayons).

2.Glue the tree's and bushes. 3.Get the cardboard and put by the end of the shoe-box.

4.Get the Popsicle sticks and build a little dam by the river.

5.put the animals in place like that picture.

6.Get a brown crayon to color mountains.

7.Use the cotton-balls to make clouds.

Pat yourself on the back now your finished.

The taiga biome has so much of sequence to it so i'm doing it.
The taiga is also called the boreal forest.The taiga is the largest biome in the world.The predators in the taiga are the lynx,wolverines,bobcat's,minks,and ermine.
The Taiga biome is the largest terrestrial biome and extends across Europe,North america,and Asia.
This biome has short, summers and long winters.















hello my name is Jhoana from class 5-3 and today i will be showing you a cople pictures of taiga ecosystam and the things you need

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The things you will need is
1. cardbord box
2. paint
3. fake animals
4 paper
5. fake trees
6 LED lights
7 glue /glue stick/glue gun
8 presnet paper
9fake grass


step one get card bord rincal some paper and paint it

step two when dry glue to card bord box

step three add holes in the botton of the box

step four add L e d light to the holes and put the present paper on top

step five glue the fake grass and put fake animals






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This project you will need
1. poster bord
2. pictures of the taiga
3. informashon
4. a picture of a graph
5. glue/glue stick/ glue gun
6. color paper
step one print infor mashon on internet/ pictures

step two get color paper and add to the box

step three when add the color paper put in internet
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This project you need
1. paper
2 craons/color pencils
3.yarn
4.inturnet printed facts

soo for my project i did two sides one side with a good taiga ecosystem and one side with a bad taiga ecosystem and i did it in a small box and i cut the top and then i put in the middle so i can show one side



















The taiga is the largest biome on the planet.
The taiga, also called the boreal or coniferous forest, is the biome located just south of the tundra. The largest land biome in the world, the taiga features long, harsh winters and short, humid summers. Because the taiga stretches over so much territory, there is no singular landscape necessary to convey when creating a 3D model. A facet that is characteristic of the entire area, however, is the type of tree that thrives here. Taiga forests are comprised primarily of evergreen trees that tower over smaller vegetation. Be sure to include suitable replicas of the taiga's trees in your biome model, then add items pertinent to the specific area you have chosen.


Things You'll Need

  • Cardboard box
  • Scissors
  • Paint
  • Paintbrush
  • Dirt or brown clay
  • Model trees
  • Pictures of animals
  • Wooden craft sticks
  • Glue
  • Fake snow


Instructions

    • 1Remove the top of the box or, if it contains flaps, cut them off. Cut off most of one additional side of the box, leaving a two-inch lip at the bottom of the box. The box should now have three sides and one partial side that will keep items in the box from sliding out.
    • 2Decorate the inside and outside of the box to represent the taiga landscape. On the outside, you may list facts pertaining to the biome, such as climate, flora and fauna information. Inside, paint a blue sky or one speckled with snowflakes, with tall mountains in the background.

    • 3Add dirt. You can either add actual dirt to the box or, for a less messy approach, spread out a layer of thick brown clay to represent the forest floor.
    • 4Add vegetation. Most hobby stores have model trees that you can purchase. If you'd rather make the trees and other flora yourself, use items right out of your own backyard. Cut a needled branch off of a bush, trim it into a cone shape and insert it into the dirt or clay. Continue to add trees until the mid-ground is mostly covered with forest.
    • 5Bring in the animals. It is possible that you may also purchase model animals at a nearby hobby store, though you will likely have to devise these on your own. Neatly cut out small pictures of taiga residents, such as elk, grizzly bears and snowshoe rabbits. Attach these silhouettes to the end of popsicle sticks or toothpicks with glue. Insert the sticks into the dirt.
    • 6If you have chosen to create a winter-themed taiga biome, sprinkle "snow" generously over the trees and the forest floor. Use flour, soap flakes, white glitter or another substance you may have on hand that resembles snow.

The taiga, also called the boreal or coniferous forest, is the biome located just south of the tundra. The largest land biome in the world, the taiga features long, harsh winters and short, humid summers. Because the taiga stretches over so much territory, there is no singular landscape necessary to convey when creating a 3D model. A facet that is characteristic of the entire area, however, is the type of tree that thrives here. Taiga forests are comprised primarily of evergreen trees that tower over smaller vegetation. Be sure to include suitable replicas of the taiga's trees in your biome model, then add items pertinent to the specific area you have chosen.