Do you have to (or want to) do a service-learning project, but it seems so hard to identify and manage? This guide simplifies all that and helps you and your team succeed. Combined with a teaching guide for teachers and a 17 x 22 poster.
Recycling Activities for Students
April is Earth Month!
You and your students can help to make the world a better, more sustainable place. Change starts with one bottle, one person, one action. Below, you'll find classroom resources, hands-on activities, downloads, and games created in partnership with PepsiCo's school program, Recycle Rally, to help make a difference in your community. You can implement these whether you’re teaching in-person, online, or blended! Learn more about Recycle Rally and get free resources here.
Earth Day Recycling Activities
Let’s raid your recycling bins for supplies and then try one of these eco-savvy crafts that is sure to excite students of all ages.
Get composting! We generate 21.5 million tons of food waste each year. If composted, that food would reduce the same amount of greenhouse gas as taking two million cars off the road. - EPA
School & Classroom Resources
Only three in ten plastic water bottles get recycled. Recycling plastic bottles conservestwice as much energy as burning them in an incinerator. - EPA
A gameshow-style quiz to find out how savvy of a recycler you are.