Earth Day - How To Recycle Activity Book {Interactive with Visuals}

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Earth Day - How To Recycle Activity Book {Interactive with Visuals}

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This 15 page EASY-TO-ASSEMBLE Earth Day Interactive Activity Book is perfect for your classroom Science or Literacy Center from Kindergarten through 3rd grade. In full color, this activity book provides a condensed description of what it means to recycle, its importance to the environment, and a short overview of how the process works. For younger children in Kindergarten, this activity works well with some guidance, in a small group or with a classroom volunteer. For 1st through 3rd grade students, this activity can be enjoyed either individually or in a small group. The pictures and information will stir collaboration in your classroom and keep your students focused on the task. With interactive pages placed throughout the activity, your students will throw away "trash" by choosing a picture item from our selection of items found at home or school, and even see how to pack a lunch without using plastic bags and wrappers! There is a visual to explain how glass is recycled and the paper process is gently explained. Your students will decide what their "recycled".

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Given a story with pictures and text presented as a read-aloud by the teacher, STUDENT will describe the relationship between the pictures and the story.