Science Education Standards
are things we get from living and nonliving environment to meet the
needs and wants of a population.
- Some resources
are basic materials, such as air, water, and soil; some are produced
from basic resources, such as food, fuel, and building materials; and
some resources are nonmaterial, such as quiet places, beauty, security,
- The supply
of many resources is limited. If used, resources can be extended through
recycling and decreased use.
- The physical
and human characteristics of places.
- How human
actions modify the physical environment.
- The changes
that occur in the meaning, use, distribution, and importance of resources.