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These digital social studies activities cover the economics concepts capital resources, human resources, and natural resources. This digital resource uses Google Slides™ and can be used on Google Classroom and Google Drive. This resource also includes an answer key.This product includes:Drag-&-d
This is a short, but sweet powerpoint to use when you introduce the economics terms of Natural, Capital, and Human resources. There are two slides per type of resource, one slide providing information and examples, and another where you can use the pen tool in ppt. to have students generate examples
Has teaching Economics brought you down??? Try this hands-on resources sorting activity pack. Economics is one of the most challenging things that we teach! In this packet students will sort the words into one of the three categories: capital resources, human resources, and natural resources.
A great way for students to practice identifying resources as human, natural or capital. They have to read the words and sort them accordingly. Resources can be a tricky concept for economics, so use this tool to help the kids understand the difference. A great follow-up to my resources sorting c
Economic resources made easy! This pack includes a pocket chart sort, cut and glue sort, a printable book, and an interactive notebook entry to help you teach about natural, human, and capital resources! Please view the preview and review the contents below before purchasingContents:pg. 1 coverpgs.
Teaching your students about capital, human, and natural resources? Use this 8 page printable book, 24 picture task cards, and a quick assessment to make planning a breeze! Use the printable book to introduce the three types of resources. Create a class set of books or print only a few to use in s
A wonderful follow-up to my resources sorting center. After the kiddos sort the picture-word cards into human, natural and capital resources, they color code the activity sheet (words only) to apply what they just practiced. A fun, engaging way to practice resources!
A great hands-on way for the kiddos to sort resources as human, natural or capital. Colorful picture-word cards that the students can sort in small groups for practice and/or review. There is a recording sheet included for students to record their answers after they sort the cards! Also look for
Boost engagement with this fun, interactive resource about natural, capital and human resources. It includes vocabulary cards, individual and group sorting activities, graphic organizers, a coloring sheet, a word building activity, a drawing sheet and more! It works great for boosting academic vocab
2.7 Natural, Human, and Capital Resources Assessment and Study Guide key concepts include: . Define natural, human, and capital resources . Identify examples of each resource. . Describe how capital resources are used by human resources Key words: SOl 2.7, Social Studies, Natural Resources, human
2.7 Natural, Human and Capital Resource Bundle: 6 printable pages key concepts include: .Define human, capital, and natural resources .Identify human, capital, and natural resources .Categorize human, capital, and natural resources I also Have a test available for this unit if interestedAssessment
Your students will learn about economic resources used to create goods with these hands-on social studies activities.This product includes:Capital resources, human resources, natural resource vocabulary flipbookHuman resources circle foldoverCapital resources circle foldoverNatural resources circle
This document addresses some of the 2nd through 4th grade social studies standards for Minnesota, those about the three types of resources and how they go into making the products and services that we use each day. These slides are designed to introduce the topic and jump start discussion among st
The goal of this resource is to help your students understand the difference between natural, human and capital resources.This product includes:- Three posters, one for each type of resource (print in color)- "Spot the Resource!" Activity: Includes six pictures to either print or display on an inter
I made this cute superhero themed activity to correlate with my Economics unit. I was in need of activities that focused on distinguishing the difference between: Natural Resources, Human Resources, and Capital Resources. So I created this simple Color Code activity! It is pretty straight forward
This is a fun and engaging way to practice determining the difference between natural resources, capital resources, and human resources! Students will look at a picture and determine which type of resource it is, then glue the box in the correct column. An answer key is included. This is part of a
Resources: Human, Natural, and Capital Resources Matching Game - Economics - King Virtue's Classroom Working on your Economics unit? Students will love reviewing what you've taught them about human resources, natural resources, and capital resources with this matching game sort activity. Fun and en
Economics: Human, Capital, and Natural Resources Cut and Paste Activity #2 - Pictures - King Virtues Classroom Students will love applying what you've taught them during your Economics unit with this cut and paste activity. It's a great tool to use to review the three different types of resources (
These are nonfiction reading passages about human, capital, and natural resources. They also tie in goods and services. There is a first grade level passage, second grade level passage and a third/fourth grade level passage. I've also included fluency trackers to record words per minute read each
This tree map focuses on the three main types of economic resources – natural, human, and capital. The students are provided with nine different pictures of resources that are labeled. Three of the resources belong under the natural resource heading, three under the human resource heading, and thr
Explain the difference and importance of natural, human and capital resources as well as differentiate between goods and services. Included:Reading passages with illustrations & comprehension questionsSorting activities Resource problem scenario cards Answer keys If you like this you might also
This mini-unit focusing on the skill of Capital, Human and Natural Resources is an ideal activity for grades 4-7!This mini-unit contains clozed notes to help students understandthe basic culture and resources used by the Inuit, Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl), Lakota, Pueblo, and Northeast Woodland Indians
I combined all of my best-selling resources activities into one bundle! This pack contains 3 sheets on identifying and practicing the difference between human, natural and capital resources. One sheet is a color sorting sheet, on is a cut and paste sorting activity, and the final is a center with
This passage combines reading comprehension practice with a social studies unit on economics! Students read the short fiction story about a girl who makes clover bookmarks to sell. After reading, they answer 2 inference questions about the passage and then sort the resources that the girl used to

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