This interactive deck will allow your students to differentiate between and categorize many different examples of Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources (22 total cards). This digital resource is hosted on Boom Learning™. Boom Cards™ require absolutely no printing, laminating, cutting, or grading. It's all done for you! Check out the preview for a free, playable demonstration.
PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING! This interactive Boom Cards™ set is a digital version of our Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources Card Sort Activity
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