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“Let’s Save the Earth” Presentation
Using photography and PowerPoint, Ms. Postman developed an activity that shows her students how small, individual acts can make a big difference in protecting the environment.
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Banking Day
Ms. Bell’s classroom store doubles as a clever incentive program encourages good behavior in addition to reinforcing math and money skills. Find out how she stocks and manages the store inventory, and how students balance their books.
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Box Recycling
Make portable file boxes or portfolio cases with this common household item. It’s a great way to reuse and recycle!
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Brightening Up the Classroom
Don’t throw away the colorful handouts you get from conferences, trainings and other meetings. Ms. Bryant has great suggestions for recycling colorful, discarded sheets to catch students’ attention and beautify your classroom.
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Conserving Paper
We live in a digital age, but we still need paper. We just don’t need as much of it. Stephanie knows of 4 ways to reduce, reuse and recycle paper products at her school.
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Disappearing Pencils
Tired of scrambling to find pencils for unprepared students? Or worse, wondering what happened to all your spare pencils you once had? Ms. Reid has a solution, and it won’t cost you a dime.
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Found Treasures
After watching classroom teachers discard unwanted, but still usable and well-conditioned, classroom furniture, this custodian came up with a recycling fantastic idea that will work in any school. Find out how you can do it too.
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Old CDs Make Good Wheels
I have seen used or scratched CDs used as wheels. In an 8th grade physical science class, which I worked with at one time, the students...
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Recycled Waste Paper Project
This fun spring project gives students real experience with recycling and reusing common classroom waste and helps them understand the importance of keeping the environment clean and safe.
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Recycling Lamination
Used laminating film makes great overhead sheets. I simply go into a copy store and inform them that...
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