This product explores the difference between man-made resources, renewable resources, and nonrenewable resources. Students identify a definition and several examples of each type of resource and sort them under the appropriate category.
Practice, review and / or asses renewable and non renewable resources with this quick cut and paste activity! 2 different options given for easy differentiating.Students identify a definition and several examples of each type of resource and sort them under the correct category.
AA- This is a great worksheet to use in the Science classroom when we introduce renewable and non-renewable resources. We could send this home as an assessment or use it for guided instruction in the classroom.
I think that this video would be very informative for first graders to watch because it discusses the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources and it also connects to the standard Identify renewable and nonrenewable natural resources.
This is a short animated video explaining the renewable and nonrenewable resources and their purposes. The teacher could show this to the class after the lesson in order to reinforce ideas and concepts as well as give a visual aid to the students.
Natural Resources Anchor Chart - This anchor chart will help your students master science TEK The anchor chart helps students distinguish between renewable and non-renewable resources and their advantages and disadvantages.