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Part of The Nature Generation's

Education on Energy and the Environment Kit

Made possible by a generous grant

from the Luck Stone Foundation

3rd Grade EditionFall 2012, Version 1.0

Earth’sResources

The WorldAround Us

Plants and Animals

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Energy

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Earth’s Resources for 200

Air, water, soil, trees, andminerals are examples of these.

Earth’s Resources for 200

What are resources?

Earth’s Resources for 400

Natural resources are alwaysfound in, on, or above this.

Earth’s Resources for 400

What is the Earth?

Earth’s Resources for 600

These natural resources can be produced, regrown, or reused fast enough to keep up with how quickly they are used.

Earth’s Resources for 600

What are renewable resources?

Earth’s Resources for 800

When fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas are used up, they are gone forever, and are called this.

Earth’s Resources for 800

What are non-renewable resources?

Earth’s Resources for 1000

When we save or use less of a resource, we are doing this.

Earth’s Resources for 1000

What is conserving?

The World Around Us for 200

Living and non-living thingsthat interact in an environmentmake up one of these.

The World Around Us for 200

What is an ecosystem?

The World Around Us for 400

The path of food in an ecosystemfrom one living thing to another.

The World Around Us for 400

What is a food chain?

The World Around Us for 600

The most productive layer of soil is called this.

The World Around Us for 600

What is topsoil?

The World Around Us for 800

The loss of a single one of these can affect the food chain of an entire ecosystem.

The World Around Us for 800

What is single species?

The World Around Us for 1000

We need air to breathe, but cars, trucks, and factories, or even fires can make it dirty, which is called this.

The World Around Us for 1000

What is air pollution?

Plants and Animals for 200

These provide food and habitats for animals,hold soil in place to reduce erosion and improve water quality, and provide people with food, materials for shelter, fuel to warm us, andreplenish the air we breathe.

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Plants and Animals for 200

What are plants?

Plants and Animals for 400

The term for when a species is gone forever, which can happen naturally or be caused by humans.

Plants and Animals for 400

What is extinction?

Plants and Animals for 600

Plants are producers, animals are consumers, and these get their food by breaking down wastes or dead things which help clean our environment.

Plants and Animals for 600

What are decomposers?

Plants and Animals for 800

These are dispersed, or moved, by the wind, water, people, and animals, helping more plants growin new places.

Plants and Animals for 800

What are seeds?

Plants and Animals for 1000

Leaves from plants help clean our air by taking in and storing carbon dioxide (a harmful greenhouse gas) and

giving off this.

Plants and Animals for 1000

What is oxygen?

Water for 200

The existence and movement of water on, in, and above the Earth.

Water for 200

What is the water cycle?

Water for 400

Two types of aquatic ecosystems are fresh water and this.

Water for 400

What is salt water?

Water for 600

Seventy percent of this iscovered by water.

Water for 600

What is the Earth’s surface?

Water for 800

The percentage of water on Earth that can be used by people for drinking, washing, and watering plants.

Water for 800

What is less than 1 percent?

Water for 1000

Turning off the water whilebrushing your teeth, and taking a shower instead of a bath

are examples of this.

Water for 1000

What is water conservation?

Energy for 200

Most of the energy on Earth

comes from this.

Energy for 200

What is the sun?

Energy for 400

The most common form of energy

we use at home and at school.

Energy for 400

What is electricity?

Energy for 600

Coal, which is burned to make electricity, is an example of this

kind of fuel.

Energy for 600

What is a fossil fuel?

Energy for 800

Using compact florescent bulbs,

turning off lights when we leave

a room, and unplugging cell phone and game chargers are examples of this.

Energy for 800

What is energy conservation?

Energy for 1000

It generally uses less energy to make a product from these kinds of materials than it does to make a product from new materials.

Energy for 1000

What is recycled?

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