20 Inspiring Ideas for Earth Day Fun (activities, crafts, and toys you can make from recyclables). How do you encourage your kids to reduce, reuse, recycle?
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Watch these short videos in your classroom to help kids understand the recycling processes for aluminum, plastic, glass, and paper. Then, try the paired activities.
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Students cut out pictures of objects and glue them on the appropriate recycling bins.
This video explores how polyethylene bags and packaging can be given a new life. Learn how your plastic bags and films can be recycled to make products such as Trex composite lumber.
Five-Minute Film Festival: Teaching Digital Citizenship This article is very helpful in finding out exactly what digital citizenship is as well as covering the basics of netiquette and online safety. There are twelve videos in all and very worth it!
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Cute crafts to make using recyclable materials - perfect for Earth Day!
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The first thing most people notice about weather is the temperature! This fun, hands-on science activity will show students in grades 4 and 5 how to make a thermometer of their own.