Recycling Field Trip
Submitted by SallyTake your children on a field trip to a recycling plant. They will love seeing the big machines that handle the recycling material
Submitted by CarolCut a large Earth out. Outline the continents on the paper. Let your children as a class paint the earth. Encourage them to use green, brown, etc paint in the continents and blue for the water.
Submitted by IndiaHave someone from the local recycling commission come to talk to your class about the importance of recycling.
Submitted by LoriHide the parts of trail mix along your normal walk path. Tell your kids that your going hunting for food. When they find the ingredients take them all back to the classroom and have trail mix for snack time.
Recycling Egg Cartons
Submitted by HollieUse old egg cartons as paint holders for your children they work better than easels (colors don't run together)
Two Litter Holder
Submitted by JenniTwo litter bottles make a great holder for bulletin board borders.
Submitted by TaylorExplain to your children that the hole cut from donuts used to go to waste unitl someone thought of selling them. Ask them if they now of anything that goes to waste that could be used. To drive home the point give them donut holes for snack.
Berry Basket Wands or Six Pack Soda Ring Wand
Submitted by JenInstead of normal bubble wand use berry baskets or six pack soda rings dipped into shallow bowls of bubble solution.
Submitted by an Unknown FriendMake Circular sugar cookies and then let your children frost them with blue and green frosting.
Sensory Vegetable Garden
Submitted by PaulaGet several different kinds of vegetables that look as natural as possible (leaves still in tack, corn in husk, etc) Put some potting soil in a bucket and let your children pretend that they are harvesting the vegetables.
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