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Recycling chart - what types of food wrappers and containers can you recycle?  This chart can be used to introduce and expose students to what materials they are able to recycle.

All too often, I notice non-recyclable items in the recycling bin here at work, and vice-versa. There are lots of different types of food containers/wrappers, and it's not easy to keep track of which ones can be recycled and which can't. Call me a hippie if you want, but it bums me out to see red plastic cups in the trash, knowing that they're all just gonna end up in a landfill. So I threw together this handy little graphic...

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Michelle Kilpatrick
Recycling Sorting Mats encourage children to learn about recycling and to sort items to reduce, reuse and recycle. This is great for children to begin to see how everyday items can be used to recycle. These can be used for group time discussion as well as for individual children to complete. Crafts, Recycling, Pre K, Recycling Sorting, Recycling For Kids, Recycling Activities, Recycling Games, Recycling Activities For Kids, Reduce Recycle Reuse Activities For Kids

Recycling Sorting Mats encourage children to learn about recycling and to sort items to reduce, reuse and recycle. This is great for children to begin to see how everyday items can be used to recycle. These can be used for group time discussion as well as for individual children to complete.

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Batbileg Ariunaa
The five principles of zero waste are the "Three Rs" of recycling I learned about in grade school with two additions: refuse and rot. Practicing these principles in the right order leads to a massive reduction in personal garbage going to landfills. Read more at www.restoredtoland.com Zero Waste School, School Sustainability Projects, Mading Idea, Recycling Illustration, Sustainability Poster, Recycling Poster, Plastic Waste Management, Electronic Waste Recycling, Recycle Poster

The five principles of zero waste are the "Three Rs" of recycling I learned about in grade school with two additions: refuse and rot. Practicing these principles in the right order leads to a massive reduction in personal garbage going to landfills. Read more at www.restoredtoland.com

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Ayesha Ahsan