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Natural Resources, Conservation, and Soil Test Review 3 rd Grade
Test Review O Protecting natural resources and using them carefully is called…….
Test Review O Conservation
Test Review O Oil, coal, metals, rocks, soil, air, water, plants, and animals are all considered types of………
Test Review O Natural resources!
Test Review O The process that breaks down rocks into smaller pieces over time is called…..
Test Review O Weathering
Test Review O What do you called changing waste into something useful and new?
Test Review O Recycling
Test Review O What do you called decayed plants and animals that are found in soil?
Test Review O Humus
Test Review O What is another word that means to rot or decay?
Test Review O Decompose
Test Review O Which of the following is an example of a way that resources can be conserved? O Recycling cans O Making a new car O Burning down forests O Growing corn for food
Test Review O Recycling cans
Test Review O Metals conduct heat well, so this makes metals good for making which of the following? O Soda can O Cooking pots O Door knobs O School buses
Test Review O Cooking pots
Test Review O Which of the following is a way to conserve natural resources? O Cut down trees for paper O Collect trash O Put trash in the ocean O Reuse items
Test Review O Reuse items
Test Review O How would soil be different in an area with very little rainfall?
Test Review O There would be less water and organic material.
Test Review O How to plants contribute to the formation of soil?
Test Review O Plants die, decompose, and become part of the soil.
Test Review O A student made a mixture of sand, tiny rocks, small twigs, and leaves. What is this student trying to show?
Test Review O The formation of soil
Test Review O Which type of natural resource can be replaced within a human lifetime?
Test Review O Renewable
Test Review O Which type of natural resource will never run out?
Test Review O Inexhaustible
Test Review O List types of non-renewable natural resources. O REMEMBER: Non-renewable resources CANNOT be replaced within a human lifetime.
Test Review O Iron O Oil O Diamond O Copper O Old-growth forests O Etc.
Test Review O What resource can people help save when they recycle paper?
Test Review O Trees, because paper is made from them.
Test Review O Plastic is made from which natural resource?
Test Review O Oil
Test Review O List types of soil.
Test Review O Clay O Loam O Topsoil O Sand
Test Review O Why is an old-growth forest non-renewable?
Test Review O It would take longer than a human lifetime for the trees and plants in an old-growth forest to grow back.
Test Review O What are some ways you can conserve water?
Test Review O Shorter showers O Turn off water while brushing teeth O Use water conserving appliances O Etc.
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Unit 10 Section 3: Natural Resources. Imagine…
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SOIL Soil provides support and nutrients for plant growth.
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1.________type of pollution caused by warm water (water pollution) 2.________name one cause of water pollution (water pollution) 3.________change crop.
How can people use natural resources responsibly?.
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SOIL SOL 3.1 & 3.7 Soil provides support and nutrients for plant growth.
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Natural Resources. Natural Resource Materials that are found in our environment that help humans are called Natural Resources.
Chapter 9 Review Natural Resources. What do we call important materials from Earth that living things need? A. conservation B. recycle C. natural resources.
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0 3 December 2012 Objective: Compare renewable resources with nonrenewable resources. INTRO What does water, paper, gasoline and air have in common?
Welcome to Science 11/21/11 Open your book to page 255 and get your notes out for Ch. 10. Today’s Schedule 1. Review Sections 1 & 2 2. Question of the.
Soil SOL 3.7. Soil provides nutrients for plants: made of rock, humus, clay, silt, and sand Weathering break down of rocks: creates soil Topsoil upper.
Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Chapter C2. Nonrenewable Resources (#1) Useful minerals and other materials that people take from the Earth are.
Science Review Pollution and Conservation. Question 1 Which of the following items is the LEAST LIKELY to be recyclable? A. wrapping paper B. glass bottles.
Place these into two categories. Name both categories. Oil Wind Copper coal trees grapes cotton diamonds oranges corn.
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N ATURAL R ESOURCES. Natural resources such as oil, coal, metals, rocks, soil, air, water, trees, natural gas, plants and animals come from the Earth.
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