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Class I - Materials (Environmental Science)

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Materials, Natural Resources, Wood, Stone, Sand, Clay, Metal, Water, Sorting of Materials, Shape, Texture, Smell

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Class I - Materials (Environmental Science)

  1. 1. EVS: Materials Class I
  2. 2. Materials Natural Resources • • • • • • Wood Stone Sand Clay Metal Water Sorting of Materials • Shape • Texture • Smell theeducationdesk.com
  3. 3. theeducationdesk.com Natural Resources
  4. 4. Natural Resources Things which we get from Environment are called Natural Resources. Wood, Stone, Sand, Clay, Metal and Water are the main Natural Resources available for us. theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  5. 5. theeducationdesk.com Wood
  6. 6. Wood Wood comes from Trees. Wood is used to make houses, chair and paper products. Chair Making House Paper theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
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  8. 8. theeducationdesk.com Stone
  9. 9. Stone Stones are found on and below Earth’s surface. Stones are used to make roads, buildings and railway tracks. Road making Making railway tracks Buildings theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  10. 10. theeducationdesk.com Sand
  11. 11. Sand Sand is found near seashore and in deserts. Sand is used to make glass, bricks and castles. Bricks Glass Sand castle theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  12. 12. theeducationdesk.com Clay
  13. 13. Clay Clay is formed from soil. It mixes well with water. Clay is used to crockery, statues, pots. Crockery Statues Pots theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  14. 14. Clay Clay is also used to make flowerpots, tiles and bricks. Flower pots Tiles Bricks theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  15. 15. theeducationdesk.com Metal
  16. 16. Metal Metals mostly dug out of the Earth. They are used to make pressure cooker, bridges and scissors. Pressure cooker Bridge Scissor theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  17. 17. Metal Metals are found in rocks, soil or at the bottom of the sea. They are also used to make cars, airplanes, machines. Cars Aero planes Machines theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  18. 18. theeducationdesk.com Water
  19. 19. Water Water is one the important natural resources. We can’t live without water. Water is used for cooking, drinking, washing, etc. Cooking Drinking Washing theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  20. 20. theeducationdesk.com Sorting of Material theeducationdesk.com
  21. 21. Common shapes Circle, Rectangle, Triangle and Square are the common shapes. Circle Rectangle Triangle Everything which we use or see have definite shape. Some Materials are sorted by their shapes. theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com Square
  22. 22. Circle shape Objects Pomegranate Ball Alarm clock Plates theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  23. 23. Rectangle shape Objects Clothe Mat Table Top Refrigerator Mobile Phone theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  24. 24. Triangle shape Objects Samosa Boat House Sign Board theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  25. 25. Square shape objects Dice Cushion Wall shelf Handkerchief theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  26. 26. Texture – Soft Things like Sponge, Cotton and Clothes have soft touch. Sponge Cotton Clothes theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  27. 27. Texture – Smooth Glasses, Utensils and Wooden furniture have very smooth touch. Glasses Utensils Wooden furniture theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  28. 28. Texture – Rough Sandpaper, Cactus plant and Ropes are very Rough to touch. Sandpaper Cactus plants Ropes theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  29. 29. Smell We can recognize some things by their Smell. Smell can be Good, Sweet or Bad. Smell of Jasmine flowers Smell of Cake Smell of Garbage theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  30. 30. Glossary Natural Resource – Anything people can use which comes from nature Materials – The substance out of which a thing is made Sand – Loose grains of rocks found in desert and on beaches Sponge – A piece of soft, light substance that can soak easily Surface – Outermost or Uppermost part of an object Texture – Feel or look of a surface Utensils – Containers for food and water used in kitchen theeducationdesk.com theeducationdesk.com
  31. 31. Thank you!!! theeducationdesk.com

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