Schools Recycle Right Challenge
We provided free recycling activity guides, lesson plans and Australian school event ideas, designed to engage students and teachers to learn by doing and having fun! Some examples were:
- Recycling or re-use events, like swap parties, file flings, or recycling games
- Art and craft activities, from collages and instruments to plastic bag knitting
- Guest speakers, from councils or recycling organisations
- Starting a new recycling system, compost or worm farm, or a demonstration
Registered activity coodinators will have access to these materials throughout the year.
Check out this Case Study of how a school's involvement in the Schools Recycle Right Challenge led to some impressive achievements.Find out about other National Recycling Week events and activities including the Recycle Right Quiz, Battery Buzz and more.
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