created by Karen Towe Conley
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Recycling is the process of using old materials to create new products. It is everyone's responsibility to recycle. It is your job to find products that you can recycle to help save the Earth!
What can you make from something old?
You and a partner are going to go on a scavenger hunt. On your hunt, you will visit the assigned websites to search for recyclable materials. You will complete the chart, listing recyclable materials and ideas for new uses.
Use the Internet sites linked below to help think of recyclable materials. Be creative in coming up with new uses for your old stuff!
1. Look around Dumptown by clicking on Recycle City. Read the information that comes up on the side. Talk to your partner about what you are reading and looking at in Dumptown.
2. Click on the Southwest corner of Recycle City.
3. In this area you will find four houses and a school. Explore the neighborhood.
4. Click on the big yellow house on the corner and check out what they are doing.
5. List three things that can be Reduced.
6. List three things that can be Reused.
7. List three things that can be Recycled.
8. Pick something old and explain what you can do to reuse it for something new.
9. Click on the Activity Quilt Site. Look at the different activities.
10. With your partner, complete the Reduced Code. Write the code on your worksheet.
Your Contact is: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Congratulations you have found some materials that you can reduce - reuse - or recycle! Spread the word. Discuss with the other groups what items you wrote down. Get started recycling today!
Content by Karen Towe Conley, email@example.com
Last revised Mon Feb 16 22:39:31 US/Pacific 2004