This presentation explores the natural resources needed to make paper. Vivid models show the path from tree to finished paper products so that students will learn how paper is made. Your presenter will make a piece of paper in class. Students will also learn how many pounds of paper they use each year, and how this resource can be conserved. Grades K-6, 45 minutes.
Download the Next Generation Science Standards for this program (PDF).
a) objects’ properties
c) identify natural resources
a) observe objects
d) describe properties
a) materials have different properties
b) properties of materials can change
e) Earth’s resources provide materials humans use
g) combining substances
a) organisms are specialized
a) utility of energy sources
b) (non)renewable resources
c) natural origin of materials