3 Types of ResourcesNatural Resources: Useful material that occurs innature. It cannot be made by man.Human Resources: Workers who produce goodsand provide services.Capital Resources: Machines, tools, andbuildings that are used to produce goods andservices.
Natural ResourcesWater Rock & Minerals Grass & SoilWood Wind
Producer & ConsumerProducer - A person or business that makes things Examples: Apple, IBM, Farmers, ToyotaConsumer - A person who uses or buys goods and services Examples: EVERYONE! :)
Caring for Our ResourcesOur resources - Natural, Human, & Capital - areLIMITED (only certain amount). We need to takecare of them.How? Recycle - Don’t just throw it away Reuse - Use it more than once or twice Replant - Plant trees and flowers to make the environment better Conserve - Use only what you need
Where are goods made?Some goods are made locally, here in California. Grapes, cotton, almonds, tomatoes, milk, and eggsSome goods are made in other places around thecountry or other countries. Potatoes - Idaho Maple Syrup - Vermont Apples - Washington Cheese - France Bananas - Costa Rica
Producing and TradingEvery state can produce something but CAN’T producesome other itemsWhen a place CAN’T produce something, they get itfrom other places.When we BRING products INTO California forconsumers, we IMPORT them. IMPORT cars from JapanWhen we SENT products OUT to another place, weEXPORT them
Import vs. ExportImport 1. noun - A product that a country brings IN from another country 2. verb - the process of BRINGING a product into a country from another country
Import vs. ExportExport 1. noun - A product that a country send to another country 2. verb - the process of SENDING a product out to another country
ReviewVocabulary: Natural Resource Human Resource Consumer Capital Resource Need (item) Import Want (item) Export Producer
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