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Kindergarden Lesson

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iseli amos

on 24 January 2013

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Kindergarten Lesson:
Clean up your mess
Our Investigation: Recycling! Reduce! Did you know that
76.5 million Americans live in areas where they are exposed to unhealthy short-term levels of particle pollution Ways we can reduce this!
- Walk to school or carpool
- Buy reusable products
- Choose air-friendly products Reuse Some Things that can be reused... Reuse old clothing by donating it to a local charity. Reuse your old electronics by selling them on Craigslist or on eBay. Reuse old plastic bags Donate old toys to kids in need Reuse containers Recycle Some everyday things you can recycle
Paper (old homework, magazines, junk mail)
Aluminum cans or tin cans
Plastics ( water bottles, milk jugs)
Cardboard Recycling plays an important role in keeping our Earth clean. Not very many people recycle. It reduces the amount of trash that goes into landfills. What happens to the things we throw away? Did you know That there are different types of plastic! Preparation

How we are going to spread the word...

Telling others to keep clean
Telling people about RRR
Posting posters around our neighborhoods Did You Know

Pollution is not only in the air but also comes from Particle matter, Ground- level ozone, unsafe water supply, Indoor air pollution, and Malaria All of them can be recycled Ways you can use the three R's by
Recycling If You Are Going To Recycle... This help our communities because there a lot cleaner and nicer and people learned about the things they can reuse, reduce & recycle! How has this changed our communities? My Inspirations! Action! Works Cited Shell, Ellen Ruppell. "Electronic Waste Hurts the Environment." The Environment. Ed. Laura K. Egendorf. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2005. Opposing Viewpoints. Rpt. from "Thrashed: Ever Wonder Where the Cell Phone or Computer You Toss Ends Up?" Audubon (2008): 90-97. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 14 Jan. 2013. "In Switzerland 98 percent of electronic waste is recycled or incinerated to produce energy in clean-burning factories fitted with scrubbers to prevent air pollution." "There is no scientific evidence that substances from e-waste present a discernable risk to human health or the environment." Gattuso, Dana Joel. "The Problem of Electronic Waste Is Exaggerated." The Environment. Ed. Laura K. Egendorf. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2005. Opposing Viewpoints. Rpt. from "Mandated Recycling of Electronics: A Lose-Lose-Lose Proposition." Competitive Enterprise Institute, 2005. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 14 Jan. 2013. "Media No Longer Seeks the Truth - It's Become a Recycle Bin [opinion]." Africa News Service 11 Jan. 2013. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 14 Jan. 2013. "Solid wastes can be classified in a few categories: one of them is harmful-dangerous wastes and harmless wastes." Akbasli, Sait, and Ali Meydan. "An evaluation of the problems of solid wastes at elementary schools depending on the views of school administrators." Education 131.2 (2010): 407+. Gale Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 14 Jan. 2013. I choose this because it's a good example of how the people in Switzerland reuse they resources to make new things I choose this because there is proof that substances cause death in millions of people around the world This is true there are many different categories of solid waste and they are harmful to humans, wildlife, and insects
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