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    • quot;How Can I Save the Earth?quot; A slide Share Presentation by Rita Paz
    • What can I do to help save our planet?
    • REDUCE REUSE RECYCLE
    • Learn to recycle in my home, school, and community.
    • Teach our whole counrty to recycle.
    • What other things can I do to help the Earth? Plant a tree.
    • TEKS: §112.5. Science, Grade 3. 8) Science concepts. The student knows that living organisms need food, water, light, air, a way to dispose of waste, and an environment in which to live. The student is expected to: (A) observe and describe the habitats of organisms within an ecosystem; (B) observe and identify organisms with similar needs that compete with one another for resources such as oxygen, water, food, or space; (C) describe environmental changes in which some organisms would thrive, become ill, or perish;
    • 113.5. Social Studies, Grade 3. (1) History. The student understands how individuals, events, and ideas have influenced the history of various communities. The student is expected to: (A) describe how individuals, events, and ideas have changed communities over time; (4) Geography. The student understands how humans adapt to variations n the physical environment. The student is expected to: (A) describe and explain variations in the physical environment including climate, landforms, natural resources, and natural hazards; (B) compare how people in different communities adapt to or modify the physical environment; (D) identify and compare the human characteristics of selected regions. (11) Citizenship. The student understands the impact of individual and group decisions on communities in a democratic society. The
    • The student will start a recycling center in their neighborhood. They will organize a team that will sort, and pick up items from community members that wish to participate. They will then transport or put out items to be picked up by their local collection services. Student will have to research items that may or may not be recyled. Through this project the student will learn that it takes just one person to start an effort like this, but a team to make it all happen. The outcome will be a more beautiful neighborhood.
    • The Student will have one week to research recyleable items, and organize a collection team. Following the students will have one month to make collections before they are turned over to local collection services.