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Goods and Services (Grade 2)

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Goods and Services

Which is a Human Resource?
  1. A secretary
  2. Trees
  3. Schools
  4. Library
People must make               to obtain needs and wants.
  1. toys
  2. food
  3. choices
Which of the following is a need?
  1. toys
  2. computer
  3. food
A consumer is a person who buys or uses food or other products.
  1. True
  2. False
A worker in a factory that builds chairs is called a                .
  1. producer
  2. money
  3. consumer
  4. toys
What term describes a person who uses goods and services?
  1. money
  2. bartering
  3. consumer
  4. saving
When a person visits the dentist for a check up, the dentist is                    .
  1. producing a good
  2. using barter
  3. providing a service
The students made popcorn to sell at the fair. The popcorn is a                .
  1. good
  2. barter
  3. service
  4. money
Not having enough resources to meet people's unlimited wants.
  1. service
  2. goods
  3. benefit
  4. scarcity
A                 makes goods.
  1. consumer
  2. goods
  3. service
  4. producer
A capital resource is a
  1. Human
  2. Flower
  3. Bread
  4. Tool
A Natural Resource is a material found in nature that we use to make goods
  1. True
  2. False
What is the difference between a consumer and producer? Place the correct words in the blank: consumer, producer

A                 makes and sells goods or services.A                buys goods or services.

What is the difference between goods and services?

                are things people make and grow; they are things we can touch or hold.
                are actions; things people do for others.
  1. Services, Goods
  2. Goods, Services
Which product is not made from a natural resource?
  1. a television
  2. a picnic table
  3. a newspaper
  4. clothes
Mrs. Smith raises bees as a hobby. Every summer she collects the honey, and puts it in jars to sell at the State Fair. Mrs. Smith is a                of honey.
  1. consumer
  2. producer
  3. teacher
  4. cook
David bought a magazine at the store. The magazine is an example of a                .
  1. want
  2. need
  3. service
  4. tax
What is an entrepreneur?
  1. a factory
  2. a person who starts and runs his or her own business
  3. a book about history
Which is an example of a renewable resource?
  1. trees
  2. oil
  3. emeralds
  4. coal
List five examples of natural resources.

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