This litter reduction education resource for primary school teachers and students was developed by KESAB in partnership with The Wrigley Company. It's 'learning through action' approach assists schools in identifying litter issues and then planning and implementing litter reduction and prevention strategies.
This microsite will take you on an interactive guided tour of a Sims Metal Management (SMM) metal recycling plant. SMM recycles both ferrous and non-ferrous metals for use in the manufacture of new products, both in Australia and overseas.
This water sustainability microsite was developed by KESAB in partnership with SA Water. It has been designed primarily to educate students in the APY Lands about water sustainability, but also contains general principles of water conservation applicable to the wider Australian community.
The Port Adelaide Enfield Council's 'Food scraps to compost' microsite helps to educate teachers, students and the wider community about the effective use of the green organics bin to divert food scraps from landfill.
This education resource consists of an interactive house which is a fun, engaging and a great way to educate students about the correct disposal of common household items.
You will also find cross-curricular lesson ideas and accompanying student activity sheets.
Junk Craft™ activities provide a great way to combine common classroom resources with recycled/salvaged materials and objects from nature to create interesting craft items.
The site provides clear instructions and templates for each craft item and extra resources (lessons and student fact sheets) to support or extend each activity. The craft items include Australian animals, war commemoration items and First Fleet themed items.