23 comprehensive, hands-on lessons designed for grades K-12.
Resource Category: Lesson Plans
Students investigate school waste and conduct an eco-audit for their school.
Students apply principles of upcycling to build a product from waste materials.
Students convert plastic bottles into small desktop planters while learning about waste management.
Students write a phone’s biography and explore concepts like “designed for the dump.”
Guide students to understand why waste management is a critical issue for a sustainable future.
Students take soil samples to identify characteristics of healthy and unhealthy soils.
Students learn how their own waste consumption compares to average.
Students learn how zero-waste thinking offers hope for the future and create their own campaign.
In this lesson, students learn about the complexities associated with nuclear waste disposal.