Laminate the recycling bins and the recycling items and cut apart.
Put Velcro on the back of each “recycling” item and on the bin it would be recycled into and then your students can match the item to the bin. This can also be used without Velcro to make it easier to manipulate. This can
This Recycling Lesson a comprehensive lesson to encompass your entire classroom period. Complete with not only the Lesson Plan, this also includes an Introductory Activity, Body of Lesson, Reinforcement Activity and an Evaluation Tool. Yes! A total of 5 pages of material to meet all your classroom n
This project is a great way to reiterate reducing, reusing, and recycling when it comes to food sustainability. The project involves students generating ideas to make their school and community more sustainable. This is a great way to measure their understanding of these concepts.
Styles constantly revolve and recycle, but these fashion style trends will always remain as long as different personalities and subcultures exist. Hit the streets or magazine racks and it’s apparent that fashion style trends run the gamut from alternative rock, urban hip-hop, to funky and classic. T
“The earth is not given to us by our parents, but loaned to us by our grandchildren”. 'Who Cares? Whose Care?' helps to make every day Earth Day. It is designed to guide middle and high school students in exploration of ways in which they can make choices which lead to a more sustainable environment
Final Assignment to accompany a Fashion class (Fashion Merchandising, Fashion Industry). This Powerpoint discusses some of the statistics related to economic and environmental impact of what we buy. Final project has students investigate a store's recycling initiative. Students can present final inf