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Non-Renewable Energy Facts: Lesson for Kids

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Non-renewable energy is a type of energy that _____.

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1. Oil, natural gas, and coal are examples of _____.

2. Fossil fuels are the decomposed remains of _____ that were buried underground millions of years ago.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use the quiz and worksheet to find out what you know about non-renewable energy. Some facts on the quiz are the meaning of non-renewable energy and what uranium is used for.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will be quizzed over facts, such as:

  • What burning fossil fuels releases
  • How uranium is used
  • The meaning of non-renewable energy
  • What coal, natural gas and oil are examples of
  • Where fossil fuels come from

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - read and understand information about what non-renewable energy is
  • Information recall - remember the details you picked up about how fossil fuels are made
  • Reading comprehension - pick out the most important facts from the lesson on non-renewable energy

Additional Learning

If you want to learn more, use the lesson named Non-Renewable Energy Facts: Lesson for Kids. This lesson can help you:

  • Review the different types of non-renewable energy
  • See why this type of energy is important
  • Look at the pros and cons of non-renewable energy
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