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review 2016-11-11 04:07
Michael Recycle Meets Litterbug Doug
Michael Recycle Meets Litterbug Doug - Ellie Bethel,Alexandra Colombo

This is perfect for lessons on recycling and friendship! This would be great to read to children from kindergarten to fourth grade. Michael has to save the day and teach Doug how to recycle and tells the reader of the importance of keeping the world clean. A fun activity would be to set up recycling bins around the school!

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review 2016-11-08 21:55
The Giving Tree
The Giving Tree - Shel Silverstein

I absolutely love this book. There are many different aspects to this book and many different ways to be able to use this book in a classroom. One of the ways you could use this book is during a environmental resource week, or a recycling week.  I think that this book would be accepted for most elementary classes, but better written for 1st or 2nd grade.

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text 2015-02-13 10:45
How to part with an old book? Recycle!

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review 2014-03-12 02:40
Michael Recycle Meets Litterbug Doug
Michael Recycle Meets Litterbug Doug - Ellie Bethel,Alexandra Colombo In this sequel to Michael Recycle, he meets Litterbug Doug, a kid who doesn't want to be clean or recycle. Basically Michael Recycle is the good guy, and Litterbug Doug is the bad guy. The good guy reforms the bad guy, and all is well. I felt like I had heard this story before, and the prose in some areas didn't work for me. I haven't read the first Michael Recycle, so I don't know how that one reads, but I had hoped for more originality considering the subject of the book.
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url 2014-02-15 04:05
Newport CH International Group: Why should we recycle?

Recycling conserves our valuable natural resources!

 

- Recycling helps to conserve our natural resources such as oil, metal and water.

 

- For example plastic bottles can be recycled into new plastic bottles and polyester fibres for use in fleece jumpers and car mats. By recycling we reduce the amount of natural resources needed to make products and packaging. Also less mining and extraction occurs, which is beneficial to the natural habitats of wild animals.

 

- Click here for more information on what materials can be recycled

 

Recycling saves energy!

 

- Recycling aluminium saves 95% of the energy required to produce aluminium from raw materials.

 

- Recycling just one plastic bottle will save enough energy to power a 60 watt light bulb for 3 hours!

 

Recycling protects the environment!

 

- Recycling helps to conserve energy, so less greenhouse gases are emitted.

 

- Recycling reduces our dependence on landfill. With less materials going to landfill, less harmful emissions like methane gas are released into the earth's atmosphere.

 

- Since Repak was established in Ireland in 1997, over 4.4 million tonnes of used packaging has been diverted from landfill, that's enough waste to create a trail of trucks from Dublin to New York!

 

Recycling can save you money!

 

- By putting more recyclable materials into your recycling bin you reduce the amount of times you have to put your general refuse or black bin out for collection. It is usually more expensive to collect the black bin than the recycling bin, so recycling can save you money!

 

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