Sept. 16, 2020
Recycle Week runs from 21st-27th September, and is now in its 17th year, the theme this year is ‘Together - We Recycle’. WRAP, the organisers, want Recycle Week 2020 to recognise the sacrifices that key workers and the community have made to keep recycling to create positive change in the world around us.
At 2Simple, we have collected a range of activities on Purple Mash, that you can use in class to encourage everyone to recycle.
We have several writing activities that you can use for Recycling Week. Use our Recycling Debate worksheet to prepare for a debate on whether people should be recycling their household waste and to encourage more people to recycle why not combine persuasive words and images to get your pupils reminding us why we should be recycling rubbish. You can also use our Litter Poster to explain why people should not be dropping litter, asking questions like what effect does this have on the environment, why is littering bad? You can also write a Litter Report detailing why do people drop litter, what can we do to stop this?
We also have some paint projects that you can use. You can design your very own recycling symbol. Use this to thank our key workers for collecting our waste during the lockdown period. Use our recycle box template to paint what items you can recycle, you could then display these in school as a reminder to pupils and staff! You can also become a refuse collector by using our MashCam.