Food has a massive impact on the earth due to the amount of energy it takes to produce, store and transport it. The problem is also worsened when food is wasted and thrown away- it is causing a climate emergency. In total, a staggering 6.6 million tonnes of food waste comes from our homes each… Read More
Print off our various rubbish related worksheets to give your students maths lesson a recycling theme. All worksheets are labelled with which Key Stage they are aimed at, to help you know which is suitable for your class.
A blank poster for children to colour in.
We all make waste, it is important that we know which bin items should be put in and what alternatives there are for certain waste items. Are you ready to go into more detail about the correct waste for the correct bin?
An explanation for the term reduce.
Based on a famous game show. Deliver in a game show scenario to get the audience involved. Great for a recycling assembly or presentation. Choose some contestants and ask them questions about what can and cannot be recycled at home.  
Are you interested in how waste and waste management has changed over the years? This information sheet illustrates a brief history of waste and can be used for background knowledge for teachers or older students.  
Find out what happens to your general waste.
A simple starter activity that will encourage the group to start thinking about what they throw away.  

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