Natural Resources. What Are Our Natural Resources and why are they so important? What Are Our Natural Resources and why are they so important? ( Read.

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<ul><li><p>Natural Resources </p></li><li><p>What Are Our Natural Resourcesand why are they so important? ( Read natural Resources on Page 5 in Student Guide.) </p></li><li><p>Natural Resources A natural resource is anything we use that comes from the Earth. </p><p> Natural Resources are NOT man-made. They have to come from the earth, like water, sunlight, and trees. </p></li><li><p>Which of the following pictures are Natural Resources? CoalWind</p></li><li><p> Non-Renewable Resources</p><p>are resources that once they are used they are gone for good or take many many years to replace.</p><p>Examples:Read pg. 9-11 and make a list of non-renewables including a brief description of each. </p><p>If you finish early please read pages 12-14 in the red book. </p></li><li><p>Non-renewable ResourcesMetalsUraniumGoldSilver PlatinumFossil FuelsCoalOil Natural Gas</p></li><li><p>Renewable Resources</p><p> can reproduce or are capable of being replenished or replaced by natural process. </p><p>Examples:Read page 5-8 and make a list of renewable resources including a brief description of each. </p></li><li><p>Renewable or Nonrenewable Resource?IronSunlight Wind FruitWaterCoalGoldNatural GasGo to page 16 in the student guide. Do the Engagement Exercise. Non-RenewableRenewable Renewable Renewable Renewable Non-RenewableNon-RenewableNon-Renewable</p></li><li><p>SummaryWhich resource is better to use? Why? </p></li><li><p>Warm-up # 4</p><p>1. List 3 natural resources and 3 man made objects. 2. Label the following as renewable or nonrenewable. (no abbreviations)FruitPlantsCoalWindSolar (sun) Gasoline Hydropower (water) Natural Gas3. What are three fossil fuels from oldest to youngest?</p></li></ul>


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