COSM

Bingo! Renewable Resources

Activity Summary
Students play a BINGO game while learning the impact humans can have on wildlife populations. Through activities such as over fishing and oil spills, students learn that without sustainable practices, renewable resources can become nonrenewable. The Lobster Bingo game will demonstrate how human activities and natural events affect lobsters by impacting three of the things they need to survive: the shelter of the reef, food, and clean water.

Grade Levels
9-12

Learning Objectives
1. Explain the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources
2. Explain the importance of conserving natural resources
3. Explain how human impacts and natural events can affect wildlife populations

Lesson Materials (view or download)
Lesson Plan

Keywords
renewable resources, nonrenewable resources, human impacts, overfishing

Last updated: 3/3/2015

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