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What are things made from?Materials What are things made from?
What is natural? These are materials that are found around us. We may have to dig them out of the ground, grow them, or take them from living things.
What is man-made? These are materials that we have to do something to, to make them. They are then called man-made
What are these materials, are they natural or man-made?
Stones are natural
Paper is man-made
Wool is natural
Plastic is man-made
Glass is man-made
Wood is natural
Can you make a list of natural and man-made materials?
You now know what is natural and what is man-made!Well done! You now know what is natural and what is man-made!
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