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Natural Resources: Can We UseThem Forever? Grade 2 Social Studies Online Grade 2 Social Studies Online
Blueprint Skill Analyze how individuals and populations depend upon land resources.
Introduction People use many of the Earth's natural resources. All of the products we use have a natural resource base.
Introduction Minerals, forest products, water, and soil are just a few of the natural resources humans use to produce energy and make things people use.
Renewable Resources Some natural resources can be reproduced within a few years or decades. These are called renewable resources.
Renewable Resources Trees are an example of a renewable resource.
Non-Renewable Resources Non-renewable resources take hundreds, thousand and even millions of years to be made. Non-renewable resources take hundreds, thousand and even millions of years to be made.
Non-Renewable Resources Oil, minerals, and soil are examples of these. Oil, minerals, and soil are examples of these.
Protecting our Resources It is very important we use renewable and non-renewable resources wisely. It is very important we use renewable and non-renewable resources wisely.
Protecting our Resources If a resource is used and thrown away, eventually the resource becomes scarce. If a resource is used and thrown away, eventually the resource becomes scarce.
Protecting our Resources Wise use of resources includes not throwing away products that are reuseable or recyclable.
Our Resources Trees Soil Water Oil Minerals Trees Soil Water Oil Minerals
It is up to us to save our resources by recycling and reusing.
Resources Natural Resouces
Natural Resources to Finished Products Grade 3 Social Studies Online.
Happy Game Natural Resources Happy is very hungry. Pick the right lunch box to keep Happy healthy.
Ch. 1 Lesson 4 Natural Resources. Natural Resource Natural resource is something in nature that is valuable to people and is used to make food, energy,
HUMAN CONSERVATION. How can we help preserve our lands? -Conservation: the wise use of natural resources Natural Resources: materials that people take.
Topic: Natural Resources PSSA: A / S8. D.1.1.
Essential Question: How do you differentiate between renewable and nonrenewable resources?
1. ________type of pollution caused by warm water (water pollution) 2.________name one cause of water pollution (water pollution) 3. Any natural substance,
PPT: Land Resources Spring Land Resources 4.3 Water, Air, and Land Resources Earth’s land provides soil and forests, as well as mineral and energy.
1.________type of pollution caused by warm water (water pollution) 2.________name one cause of water pollution (water pollution) 3.________change crop.
3 rd Grade Pollution Unit Vocabulary. Vocabulary in 3 rd Grade Pollution Unit Nonrenewable ResourcesReuse Renewable ResourcesReduce Natural ResourcesRecycle.
Chapter 1 - Lesson 4 Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Chapter 1.4 Natural Resources.
Environmental Problems. Potential to damage the Earth’s diverse habitats which can lead to the extinction of species.
NATURAL RESOURCES. Natural Resources Natural FROM NATURE Resources SOMETHING PEOPLE USE.
Complete the KWL that should have been started yesterday. Read around the text (pages ) and have 5 things listed for things you “Want to Know” and.
Environmental scientists study how the natural world works, and how humans and the environment affect each other.
VOCABULARY WORDS 3 rd grade Social Studies Communities need natural resources.
Hosted by Mrs. Schneiderhan Earth’s Resources Choice 1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Geographic Factors and Natural Resources Chapter 2 Section 2 pg.31.
Human impact on the Environment What we know! 1. Rising seas.
Questions How do humans use Natural Resources? Subject Area: Ch: 5 Sec: 1 Natural Resources EQ: What is the difference between a renewable or non-renewable.
Using Earth’s Resources Grade 2 Science. Vocabulary Pollution- Anything that makes air, land, or water dirty. Reduce-To cut back on how much you use something.
On a Separate sheet of notebook paper (not in composition notebook) turn your paper on its side and set up your paper as pictured below. K W L Once your.
The earth is full of natural things we can use. Many natural products are a source of wealth and affect the way we live. Stone, oil, wood, water, air,
To Next Slide Unit 1 Chapter 1 Lesson 5 People and the Environment 20 Questions!
SAVE OUR EARTH SAVE OUR PLANTS By Ms. Joy. We cannot live without plants.
By: Thomas and Keith. Renewable-A resource that can be renewed over a period of time. Non Renewable- A resource that cant be renewed or takes billions.
Natural Resources Natural resources are things found in nature that people can use. Examples: water, soil, and trees Fish, deer, and other wild animals.
Renewable Materials Can be grown and cropped from plants, trees and animals Sometimes know as non-finite as theoretically there is no end to this resource.
Earth’s Resources What are natural resources? Natural Resources - resources that the Earth provides What are examples of natural resources? Air, water,
Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources. Renewable a resource which can be easily reproduced by nature
We use things the Earth gives us to help us live better lives.
How do you think you could make a difference in conserving energy?
Recycle! Keep the Blue Sky Blue And the Green Grass Green!
RECYCLE! VASO PLATIS GENNY ASAMENI LAUREN SOLER. Natural Resources Natural Resources are any resources that come from the earth without man. Earth provides.
Natural Resources. Natural Resources Natural resources are anything we take from the earth and use. Examples or natural resources are oil, minerals, water,
Nowadays the world’s population is 6 billion. Scientists predict that by the year 2025 the population will rise 8,5 billion, by the year 2050 it will.
Energy Resource s. Renewable Energy Resources Energy Resources that are Replaceable.
Part 1 By: Morgan Holmes, 5 th Hr Nonrenewable resource are those natural resources that cannot be replaced once they are used up. Some examples include:
Natural Resources What are renewable resources? What are nonrenewable resources? How do human activities affect the Earth’s resources?
Unit 10 Section 3: Natural Resources. Imagine…
Natural Resources Lesson 4 pp Natural Resource Something in nature that is valuable to people Used to make food, energy, and raw materials.
Resource Depletion An introduction. Resources z“features of the environment which are needed and used by people.” zNatural Resources - occur in the air,
Unit 6 Lesson 1 What Are Some Natural Resources? Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
Science 8 th grade Environmental Science Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
I am sorry for kids that don’t have a clean environment I am sorry for kids that have : Smog around their cities, Pollution in their rivers and streams,
An Introduction to Environmental Science 1. Environmental Science Chapter 1 An Introduction Section 1 Goals: Discuss the importance of environmental science.
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