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  • Kindergarten Science

    Unit C: Earth Science Chapter 7: Earths Resources

    Lesson 1: How do we use resources from the Earth?

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  • resource

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  • Resource - something people use in daily life that can be water, wood, or metal

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  • Student Response: A ____ is a resource.

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    the Earth?

  • What are some resources? How can people use Earths resources?

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    A resource can be water, wood, or metal. Resources used in everyday life come from the Earth.

  • water

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  • Water - a liquid that helps plants and animals stay alive

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  • Student Response: ____ is a resource because ____.

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  • How can people use the Earths resources? How can people save the Earths resources?

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    A resource is an useful thing that can come from nature. The primary use of water in California is for crop irrigation.

  • wood

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  • Wood - a resource that comes from trees

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  • Student Response: ____ is a resource because ____.

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    Photo/Graphic (Minimize) How do we use wood as a

    resource?

  • How is wood used in the classroom? What happens to trees before we can use

    their wood as a resource?

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    A resource is a useful thing that can come from nature. Wood comes from trees, which are from forests. California has a lot of forest resources.

  • Metal

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  • Metal - a resource that comes from the ground

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  • Student Response: ____ is a resource because ____.

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  • How we get the metal from the Earth?

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    Resources used in everyday life come from Earth. Metals are mined from the ground. They can be melted to make other objects.

  • Kindergarten Science

    Unit C: Earth Science Chapter 7: Earths Resources

    Lesson 2: How do we use land?

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  • land

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  • Land solid part of the Earth

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  • Student Response: The ____ is ____.

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  • What is land? What resources come from the land?

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    Land is the solid part of the Earths surface. Many resources used in everyday life come from the land.

  • clay

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  • Clay a part of the ground

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  • Student Response: The ____ is ____.

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  • Could people make pots if there were no

    metals?

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    The land contains resources used in everyday life, including clay and metals. Clay is dug out of the ground.

  • Brick

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  • Brick - when clay is mixed with water, dried, and fired in a kiln

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  • Student Response: The ____ is ____.

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  • What are some resources that come from the land?

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    The land contains resources used in everyday life. To make bricks, clay is mixed with water, shaped in a mold, dried, and then fired in a kiln.

  • Ore

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  • Ore - a metal that is dug out of the ground

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  • Student Response: The ____ is ____.

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  • What are some objects that you think are made of ore?

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    People use resources from the land. Ore is a metal that is dug out of the ground. It makes up objects people use.

  • Metal

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  • Metal - a resource that comes from the ground

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  • Student Response: ____ is a resource because ____.

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    resource?

  • How we get the metal from the Earth?

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    Resources used in everyday life come from Earth. Metals are mined from the ground. They can be melted to make other objects.

  • Kindergarten Science

    Unit C: Earth Science Chapter 7: Earths Resources

    Lesson 3: How do we use water and air?

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  • air

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  • Air - the gas that plants and animals need to live

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  • Student Response: We use ____ to ____.

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  • Why is it important to keep air and water clean?

    What natural resource do we breath?

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    People depend on clean water and air. Clean air is a critical resource for humans, animals, and plants.

  • Natural resource

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  • Natural resource - a part of the Earth that people use to live

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  • Student Response: We use ____ to ____.

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  • What natural resource do we breathe? How do we use water everyday?

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    Air and water are natural resources. People must breathe air and drink water in order to live.

  • Breathe

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  • Breathe - the act of using air to live

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  • Student Response: We use ____ to ____.

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  • Why is it important to keep air and water clean?

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    People must breath air in order to live. In California, Air Resources Board monitors the air and sets rules for keeping the air we breathe clean.

  • pollution

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  • Pollution - when a natural resource is dirty and not useable by living things

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  • Student Response: We can keep ____ and ____ by ____.

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    clean?

  • What can happen to us if we breath air that is polluted or drink water that is not clean?

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    Air pollution comes from many different sources. People can do things to keep air clean and to reduce energy use. These included riding bikes, carpooling, and turning off lights.

  • Kindergarten Science

    Unit C: Earth Science Chapter 7: Earths Resources

    Lesson 4: How can people care for natural resources?

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  • conserve

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  • Conserve - keep the natural resources safe

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  • Student Response: We can ____.

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  • Why is it helpful to use a bicycle instead of a car?

    What does it mean to conserve the land?

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    We protect air, water, and land resources when we conserve. Ways to conserve for natural resources include planting trees, cleaning up trash, and riding bicycles.

  • Natural resource

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  • Natural resource - a part of the Earth that people use to live

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  • Student Response: We use ____ to ____.

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    resources?

  • What natural resource do we breathe? How do we use water everyday?

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    Air and water are natural resources. People must breathe air and drink water in order to live.

  • toxic

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  • Toxic - when pollution can cause damage to living things

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  • Student Response: It is important because ____.

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    trash?

  • Why is it helpful to use a bicycle instead of a

    car?

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    In the United States, cars, trucks, buses, and other vehicles are the largest sources of toxic air pollutants. These vehicles cause smog.

  • pollution

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  • Pollution - when a natural resource is dirty and not useable by living things

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  • Student Response: We can keep ____ and ____ by ____.

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