Posters outlining what can be put in the different types of bins.
Write about why we recycle and create this recycling craft to display in the classroom.
A poster showing the process materials go through when they are recycled.
A word scramble of sustainability vocabulary to use on Earth Day.
A craft activity to complete with your students on Earth Day.
A flow chart and accompanying worksheet exploring the process of soft plastics recycling.
A poster that shows an effective way to identify soft plastics when recycling waste.
An investigation that will have students calculating the waste produced from their lunch boxes, creating a plan of action to reduce their waste and reflecting on their results.
A practical investigation related to sustainable waste management.
Posters to display in your classroom showing the different waste solutions.
A poster showing the products that can be recycled.
A set of 5 brainstorming sheets to use when brainstorming all of the ways we can reduce, reuse, recycle, rethink and repair waste.
A set of 5 posters explaining the concepts behind reducing, reusing, recycling, rethinking and repairing waste.
A game to use when learning about waste and recycling.
Display this poster when learning about sustainability.
A set of 7 posters explaining the process of creating a worm farm and how a worm farm works.
A 60-minute lesson in which students will explore how changes from solid to liquid and liquid to solid can help in the process of recycling plastic.
Must have National Recycling Week activities and ideas for the classroom.
Get sustainable practices buzzing at your school with our 45 tips and tricks for an environmentally friendly classroom!
Need ideas for lessons on sustainability? Here are 15 fun and engaging activities, ideas and resources to help explore global issues across the primary curriculum.
It's Earth Day on April 22! These fantastic sustainability activities will engage your students as they learn about all plastic pollution - what it is and how to stop it!
Some helpful tips for promoting a green future in your classroom with Teach Starter.
We all know it's Book Week, but did you know it's also Keep Australia Beautiful Week? Take the #litterrally pledge with your class and have fun with one of these three quick and easy sustainability activities.
Everyday at school, and at home, we end up throwing away many items that could be easily recycled and put into great use in our classrooms.