We are enjoying our unit on Sustainability, learning new information everyday!
Over the last few weeks we have spent time discussing how we can work together to leave a small footprint on the Earth’s surface so that our resources will continue for our children’s children.
Here our some of our ideas…
Avoid oil spills in the sea – Amber
Don’t pile your rubbish up into a massive heap – Reece
Don’t throw things in the sea because the creatures will die – Joshua
Recycle bottles, tin cans, paper and plastic – Ruby
Don’t throw your rubbish on the floor – Thea
Don’t throw rubbish out of the car – Ethan
Turn the lights off – Alexander
Use sunlight instead of turning on the lights – Roman
Don’t leave the tap running – Sophie Wheat
We have created an amazing piece of art to showcase our individual ideas. We used different shades of blue to depict the oceans and used painted newspaper scrunched up to show the land. We even attached a photo of our foot to show others how important it is to tip toe on our world!
Creating our idea.
Don’t put rubbish in the sea because sea creatures will die – Linisha
Don’t leave the tap on otherwise water will be wasted – Olivia
Don’t leave the lights on when you go outside – Ethan
Recycling is a great way to help look after the environment. We have collected many different recyclable bits and pieces from home and have brought them into school. As a class we worked together to sort our ‘rubbish’ into recyclable categories such as paper, plastic, fabric and cardboard. We are planning to continue recycling these objects very soon with a creative activity in the works…stay tuned!
We had a lot of recycling to sort out!
We enjoyed reading a great story about a Recycling Superhero called Michael Recycle! We used this story to discuss the elements of a narrative – characters, setting and plot. We created a character portrait of Michael Recycle and surrounded him with adjectives!
Michael Recycle by Amber
Michael Recycle by Sophie Wheat
Michael Recycle by Sophia
We are learning just how important it is to look after our wonderful world.
What have you done today to leave a small footprint on the Earth?