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Natural Resources to Finished Products. Grade 3 Social Studies Online. Blueprint: Economics. Distinguish the difference between a natural resource and finished product.  . books. to. chair & desk. tree. Natural Resources.

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natural resources to finished products

Natural Resources to Finished Products

Grade 3

Social Studies Online

blueprint economics
Blueprint: Economics
  • Distinguish the difference between a natural resource and finished product. 

books

to

chair & desk

tree

natural resources
Natural Resources
  • Natural resources are substances we obtain from the land, water, and air around us.
  • People use many of the Earth's natural resources. All of the products we use have a natural resource base. 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
Renewable Resources
  • Some natural resources can be reproduced within a few years or decades. These are called renewable resources. Trees, water, plants, and air are examples of renewable resources.
non renewable resources
Non-renewable Resources
  • Underground minerals must be

mined or dug upfrom the earth.

  • Some of these minerals are gold,silver, salt, iron, diamonds, petroleum and coal.
  • Oil, minerals, and soil take hundreds, thousands and even millions of years to be made. These are called non-renewable resources.
examples
EXAMPLES

TO

apple pie

apple tree

classroom activities
Classroom Activities
  • Label objects from as many natural resources possible that are found in your classroom.
  • Then sort the list into the different catagories.
resources
Resources
  • http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/world/nres.html
  • http://www.mii.org/pdfs/classroom.pdf