NSES Content Standard F  
Science in Personal and Social Perspectives: Types of resources 
Grades K-4, page 140 

Some resources are basic materials, such as air, water, and soil; some are produced from basic resources, such as food, fuel, and building materials; and some resources are nonmaterial, such as quiet places, beauty, security, and safety. 

Benchmark 4B The Physical Setting: The Earth
Grades 6-8, page 69
Fresh water, limited in supply, is essential for life and also for most industrial processes. Rivers, lakes, and groundwater can be depleted or polluted, becoming unavailable or unsuitable for life.

Benchmark 8C The Designed World: Energy Sources and Use
Grades K-2, page 193
People burn fuels such as wood, oil, coal, or natural gas, or use electricity to cook their food and warm their houses.