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A flip book to use when learning about geography.
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.
An investigation that will have students observing the energy usage in their classroom and proposing action to reduce energy waste.
An infographic poster showing the implications of The Ecological Footprint.
An infographic poster showing the implications of Earth Overshoot Day.
This poster contains information about the Straw No More project, encouraging schools to stop using single-use plastic straws.
Display this poster when learning about sustainability.
This Geography unit addresses concepts surrounding the sustainable use and management of natural resources.
Some helpful tips for promoting a green future in your classroom with Teach Starter.
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!
An 18 page teacher’s guide on how to drive a sustainably friendly classroom!
A collection of 9 sustainability quote posters to promote looking after the environment.
“Buy less, choose well, make it last.” – Vivienne Westwood
“It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do little.” – Sydney Smith
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