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We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!

We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!
We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!
We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!
We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!
We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!
We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!
We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!
We Can Reduce! We Can Reuse! We Must Recycle!
Product Description
Do you want a real word Earth Day connection? Do you want your students to see the importance of recycling? I often think they think this is an adult reasonability. In this resource you will collect students’ trash and show students they are consumers and producers. Students can see first hand the amount of trash they produce on a daily basis. You will chart this as a class with the enclosed 100s charts. The students will graph their paper, plastic, cans, and “oops papers” to see the damage they could cause to our Earth if they too are not responsible citizens. You have all of the resources enclosed for a writing follow up, pictograph bulletin board display, and math data analysis of the trash collected.
This resource has the following:
-Specific Directions
-4 Specific 100s charts
-Individual data collection for each student using tally marks
-Writing Question Prompts
-Writing Graphic Organizer
-Writing Paper both Elementary & Intermediate
-Bulletin Board Idea & Resource for the Pictograph
-Labels for your recycling boxes or plastic bins
-Pictograph data collection
Total Pages
19 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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