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Meyers' Megastars Recycle By Donna Meyers ECE 8841 Curriculum Standards S3L2. Students will recognize the effects of pollution and humans on the environment . a. Explain the effects of pollution (such as littering) to the habitats of plants and animals.

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by donna meyers ece 8841

Meyers' Megastars Recycle

By Donna Meyers

ECE 8841

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Curriculum Standards

  • S3L2. Students will recognize the effects of pollution and humans on the environment.
  • a. Explain the effects of pollution (such as littering) to the habitats of plants and animals.

b. Identify ways to protect the environment.

  • Conservation of resources
  • Recycling of materials
  • PS2: DATA ORGANIZATIONThe learner will be able to collect, sort and display data in response to a question.
  • M.1.2.1 Graphs: Create/Basic/PhysicalThe learner will be able to construct simple graphs using concrete objects or representations of objects such as blocks, counters, or pictures.
  • M.1.2.2 Graphs: Interpret/ReadThe learner will be able to interpret data by reading simple bar graphs, pictographs, charts, and tables using whole unit data.
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Table of Contents

  • Learn about recyclable materials

-Plastics

-Aluminum

-Paper

  • Collection Center

-Gather

-Count and Record

-Distribute

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Resources

http://www.greenvalley.com/coloring/colorme1.html

http://www.thomasrecycling.com/kids.htm

http://www.epa.gov/recyclecity/

http://www.epa.gov/kids/garbage.htm

http://www.recycleworks.org/kids/

http://www.ollierecycles.com/uk/

http://www.ollierecycles.com/recycle/

http://www.allbriteonline.com/recycling_know_how/recycling_for_kids/

http://www.recyclezone.org.uk/

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Collection Time

We will watch Magic School Bus’ Holiday Special: RecyclingIt's the last day of school before the winter holidays and Wanda plans to see the Nutcracker ballet. But during a trip to a recycling plant that belongs to Murph (Dolly Parton), the toy soldier she needs to get into the theater accidentally gets recycled! Devastated, Wanda wishes for a world without recycling. Ms. Frizzle activates the bus's un-recycler, taking the class and Murph on a song-filled field trip. The importance of recycling hits home when the bus's magic unrecycles everything in Walkerville — including the bus itself, as it too was made from recycled objects! Will the kids find a way to reconstruct the bus in time for Wanda to get back to see the Nutcracker?

Now that we understand what materials or products can be recycled, it is up to you to bring in these items (cans, bottles, newspaper) over the next week.

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Brain Stretchers

Problem # 1

Do we have enough cans to make a bike? How do you know?

Problem # 2

Do we have enough bottles to make a jacket?

How about 2 jackets?

How do you know?

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Invention Extension

  • Your job as an inventor is to reuse some of the empty containers or paper products from your home to create a useful item for you, someone in your home, or a pet to use, (example paper towel roll =gerbil run).
  • Next, decorate it.
  • Finally, bring it to school to share and write me a story about how to created your invention. You may use the chart on the next slide to help you organize your story.