Websites for "What Other Natural Resources Do People Use?"

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Water Science for Schools
Find information on almost any water topic at this USGS site. Included in the site are: water basics, water use, Earth's water, water quality issues, map gallery, data library, picture gallery, glossary, and activity center and many water links.
https://water.usgs.gov/edu/index.html

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Teaching Youth About Trees
Find an online activity area for students and teachers about trees and their importance. Lesson plans, activities and educational games are available. Discussion on important current events are also included.
https://natureexplore.org/

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Worm Farm
This five-minute video is narrated by a young student. He explains his interest in recycling and how he built his worm farm.
http://pbskids.org/dragonflytv/show/wormfarm.html

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How and What Does Nature Recycle?
Here is a simple experiment that will help you see how nature recycles.
http://www.kidsecologycorps.org/kid-power/activities/how-and-what-does-natu ...

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Nature's Recyclers Coloring Book
Here is a printable coloring book to help you learn about the recyclers of nature.
http://eekwi.org/cool/natrec.htm

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Why Is Soil So Important?
Join Detective Le Plant as he searches for secrets in soil. Help him uncover the important ingredients in soil that help plants grow.
http://extension.illinois.edu/gpe/case2/c2m2.html

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Trees of The Idaho Forest
Learners will discover information on eight softwood species that are extremely important for their commercial value and account for more than 85% of the timber volume of Idaho's forestlands.
http://www.idahoforests.org/trees1.htm

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How Much Water is there on (and in) the Earth?
About 70 percent of the Earth's surface is water. Learn some facts about the location of water on the Earth and how much is found in the ground, lakes and rivers. This site contains several links for further investigation of this wonderful resource.
https://water.usgs.gov/edu/earthhowmuch.html

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Earth's Water: Rivers and Streams
What is a river and where does water come from? This page has the answer. A diagram explains why some rivers never dry up, even during a drought.
https://water.usgs.gov/edu/earthrivers.html

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Minerals and Bikes
What kinds of minerals or rocks is your bike made of?
http://www.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/information/kids_geozone/Pages/bike.aspx

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Recycling
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. We’ve all heard the phrase, but what does it really mean? Click here to find out.
http://www.geography4kids.com/files/land_recycling.html

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The Living and Non-living Things Quiz
Identify which objects are living or non-living.
http://www.saburchill.com/questions/lanlt001.html

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Looking at Gems
Browse through this private museum and learn about the characteristics of some of the most beautiful minerals. Great photographs!
https://math.berkeley.edu/~smale/crystals.html

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Recycling in Nature
Learn about the unique ways nature recycles itself.
http://www.harvardpress.com/Default.aspx?tabid=2190&error=An unexpected err ...

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Earth's Water:
This page graphically compares groundwater use to surface water use. Links from this page provide maps and a more detailed discussion of groundwater use.
https://water.usgs.gov/edu/mwater.html

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Natural Resources on Earth
These activities will help students discover natural resources and learn about the natural resources that help plants grow.
https://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/topnav/materials/listbytype/Moon ...

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Central Arizona Project
If you don't mind the download wait, this page has links to games and lesson plans on the water resources of Central Arizona. Click on "Just for Kids & Teachers" at the left and start browsing.
http://www.cap-az.com/

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What Other Natural Resources Do People Use? We use resources such as air, water, and soil. Go to these web pages to find out why they are important. Find out what happens if we cannot get them.

 

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