Look around the classroom with your students. Can they name some of the objects and things they see? Most of the items found in the classroom are made from natural resources. Wood, cotton, and steel are all natural resources, and they are used to make many commonly used items. Ask your child if they can tell you an object made from wood in the classroom. Then, look at the objects in this worksheet. Ask your students to identify each one, and then help them check off the natural resource that the item is made of.
Natural objects or sources are those things that we find in the soil or from other natural resources. Ask your students if they can name some natural objects or things that they know. Man-made objects are made by man. Sometimes, we use natural resources to create objects and items that are essential to us. Ask them to name some objects which they know as man-made. Now, look at this worksheet. Help your little students identify each of the objects pictured, and then trace on the dotted line to know if the object is man-made or natural.
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