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  • This PowerPoint is designed for 30 fourth graders. Ninety percent of the students are English Language Learners. The contents purpose will be the differentiation between recyclable materials and non-recyclable materials.

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  • Recycle Mrs. Burnworth Normal Heights Elementary School
  • What a Waste! Photo courtesy of Dublin City University http://www.dcu.ie/chemistry/asg/kiernab/
  • Reduce Waste
    • Reduce waste in landfills.
    • Recycle at school.
    • Recycle at home.
  • Recycle at School
    • Paper in the blue bin.
    • Trash in the can not on the land.
    • Daily collection:
      • Collect
      • Sort
      • Leave it
  • Watch This!
    • To see the Movie clip about recycling click on the recycling symbol.
  • What can we recycle? Cans Paper Glass Drink containers Plastic
  • Cans
    • Aluminum cans from:
      • Pet food
      • Vegetables
      • Tuna fish
      • Beans
      • Fruit
    Back to “ What we can recycle ” slide
  • Plastic
    • Food containers with small lids like:
      • Milk
      • Mustard
      • Oil
      • Juice
      • Ketchup
    Back to “ What we can recycle ” slide
  • Drink Containers
    • California Redemption Value (CRV) items like:
      • Soda cans
      • 1 and 2 liter bottles
      • Drink bottles
      • Water bottles
    Back to “ What we can recycle ” slide
  • Glass Containers
    • Glass food containers such as:
      • Peanut butter jars
      • Salsas and sauces
      • Jelly
      • Other glass items
    Back to “ What we can recycle ” slide
  • Paper
    • Magazines
    • Newspaper
    • Old homework
    • Clean paper plates
    • Pizza boxes
    • Cereal boxes
    • Junk mail
    Back to “ What we can recycle ” slide
  • What cannot be recycled
    • Styrofoam
    • Plastic with big lids
      • Butter
      • Yogurt
    • Paper with food on it.
  • Can you spot items that should have been recycled? Photo courtesy of Dublin City University http://www.dcu.ie/chemistry/asg/kiernab/
  • Sorry! This item cannot be recycled.
  • Correct! Yes this item can be recycled
  • What can we do now?
    • Make a poster for you home to remind you family what they can recycle.
      • Use pictures.
      • List what they can and cannot recycle.
      • Use language to convince your family how important recycling is.