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Suzy Lolley

Student Instructions

Four Types of Productive Resources

You have learned about the four types of resources that make the economy run. Using the activity template for your work, you have three choices. Pick one: 1. Use the tool to draw an example of each type of resource. Then use the to share what you drew and how each example fits. OR 2. Use the tool to write an example of each type of resource. Then use the to share what you drew and how each example fits. OR 3. Use the tool and find an emoji to represent each type of resource. Then use the to share what you drew and how each example fits. When you finish, push the to turn in your work.

3rd Grade, Social Studies
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This lesson was designed for the GA Standards of Excellence: SS3E1 Define and give examples of the four types of productive resources. a. Natural (land) b. Human (labor) c. Capital (capital goods) d. Entrepreneurship (risk-taking and combining natural, human, and capital resources in an attempt to make a profit)