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National Recycling Week is held on the 13th - 19th Of November. The following provides National Recycling Week Templates, Articles, FREE Printables and Activities that can also be included in the curriculum for children.

March 18th, is Global Recycling Day. It is a recycling initiative that encourages us to look at our trash in a new light and encourages us to use recycled materials in different ways. The following provides free Printables and Activities that will enable you to celebrate Global Recycling Day at your service and activities that can be implemented into the curriculum for children.

Recycling Sorting Mats encourage children to learn about recycling and to sort items to reduce, reuse and recycle. This is great for children to begin to see how everyday items can be used to recycle. These can be used for group time discussion as well as for individual children to complete.

Food waste is an unpalatable truth in many early childhood services. . It is not just a waste of resources but actively contributes to climate change. The following article provides information on Planning It Right, Creating A Positive Environment, Using Leftovers and more. 

The Recycle Songs and Rhymes Posters are great to display within the learning environment and easy and catchy songs to teach to children. These songs are a great way for children to learn about the environment and will help children to remember to recycle different items. A great way to encourage children to begin recycling.

This template is to keep updated on recycling efforts in the service.

Recycling Counting Cards is a counting activity from 1 to 10 for children to match the correct number of trash into the recycling bin. This activity is great for number recognition, for children learning their numbers, one to one correspondence and more. 

This activity also includes trash and recycling items included that can be printed and used for this activity. 

Alphabet Trash Match enables children to match the capital letters to the lower case letters. These are great for learning letters and letter recognition. These can also be used to find letters, to spell names or words or more! 

Trash Can Colour Sort is a colour matching activity that enables children to match the correct colour trash can to the correct colour garbage truck. There are 4 colour trash cans to match per garbage truck. This activity is great for colour recognition and learning colours. This activity can also be used as part of recycling week as well.

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