Water I: What You Thought You Knew
Water II: Where Does It Come From?
Water III: How Much Do You Have?
Interactive discussion and prop-based presentation that educates on the differences between and importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling. Lots of opportunity to share what ideas and examples from daily life. Attendants will also get specific city-based recycling information.
Where do my recyclables go? This fun, multimedia presentation gives students an inside look the processes that happen inside a Materials Recovery Facility. Included are illustrations, props, animations, and real videos!
Short on time? Substitute Recycling Boot Camp! New to recycling? Need a quick refresher on what to recycle? Let us come to you with props, examples, and resources to get you going green.
An interactive PowerPoint based presentation including a group activity and demonstration about the distribution of water on Earth. By the end of this presentation students should know just how much of Earth’s water is available for our use.
In this fun and very visual presentation you will learn about the Salt River Watershed. Students will create their own watersheds and together we map the Salt River Watershed. By the end of this presentation students will know more about where their water in Arizona comes from.
This presentation allows students to get active while diving into important facts about water scarcity and how it affects places differently.
Interactive discussion and presentation that explains where “away” is and how you can recycle food waste at home.
This informative presentation gives the basics on how to compost in the low desert. Using Master Gardener resources, examples of materials, ways to troubleshoot and types of composters are discussed. Further resources are given to bring the knowledge home.
This informative presentation will help you discover when to plant and how to plant with specific information tailored to our low desert environment. Using Master Gardener resources, gardening is simplified for everyone!
Your class can receive a visit from Recyclesaurus, the recycling dinosaur! In this presentation we discuss what goes into your recycling bin, learn about litter, model good behavior, and celebrate success.
Story-time with engaging storybook with Recyclesaurus. Learn about the Five R’s, follow Recyclesaurus and his friends as they discover Phoenix, and learn how we can all better our environment.
Did you know that the water that goes down the storm drain on your street flows right into your local park or wash? Learn all about keeping our storm drains clean with this fun presentation!
This interactive “quiz-show” style presentation summarizes the surprising information on litter in the US using data from Keep America Beautiful.
Interactive discussion and exploration of what plastic is, where comes from; then an experiment to understand and identify some commonly found types of household plastics.
What does sustainability mean? How can we think of ourselves and our choices in a global context? What would happen if everyone in Earth consumed resources the same way? (NOTE: needs internet access)
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-kindergarten by Massupa Kaewgahya from the Noun Project
-students by Piotrek Chuchla from the Noun Project
-generation by Creative Mahira from the Noun Project
-Table by Arthur Shlain from the Noun Project
-presentation by Wilson Joseph from the Noun Project
-private by Becris from the Noun Project
-costume by Eucalyp from the Noun Project
-Tent by mark from the Noun Project
-sink by Arthur Shlain from the Noun Project
-neon tetra by ProSymbols from the Noun Project
-celebrities by MRFA from the Noun Project
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