Sunday, August 26, 2018

Be a Zero Hero...Do Your Part For Zero Waste Week

National Zero Waste Week September 3-7, 2018 




National Zero Waste Week takes place week beginning 3rd September 2018 in the UK. Zero Waste Week is the annual awareness campaign for reducing landfill. Helping you save money and preserve resources since 2008.
 Be a Zero Hero...Do Your Part For Zero Waste Week September

Join Planetpals and become a Zero Hero and do your part!   According to myzerowaste.com this year’s theme is ‘One More Thing‘ which reminds us that the collective impact of taking baby steps can add up to significant change.


 Be a Zero Hero...Do Your Part For Zero Waste Week September

You can learn a lot about zero waste on planetpals.com on our ZERO WASTE page and planetpalsblog.com. For two decades Planetpals has offered proactive solutions to the environment for the whole family, through ideas, tips, activities, education and downloads.  We say practice the "r's" and particularly the 5th "R" Refuse.
Visit our Recycle Center and learn more! 

Teachers, Homeschool Parents, 

Get your free 
ZERO WASTE Kit: 
Badges, poster, sign. 

Use it with Planetpals Content.
Make every kid a zero hero.





© jag planetpals.com all rights reserved. 

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Clean and Green Ideas For Back to School

Here are a few ways you can help the planet this school year...Remember, every litter bit helps!
Here are some simple ways you can be greener this school year #Moms #Dads #kids
  • Take your lunch in a reusable lunch box, or cloth bag instead of paper bags..
  • Recycle any packaging in your lunch box.
  • Pack a cloth napkin instead of paper one. You can reuse it! Just count all your school days...that's how many paper napkins you saved.
  • Cover your books in recycled paper bags or wrap... decorate them yourself, they could look fun and you might start a trend!
  • Use up last years school supplies before you buy new ones.
  • Use the reverse side of scrap paper for your first drafts of writing, art and math projects.
  • Keep a "craft box" of discards you think might be handy for class projects during the year...mark it "my craft box" so noone will mistake it for trash! Keep things like empty yogurt containers, elastics, string etc...that might interesting and useful for your art.
  • Take the bus or Car pool with friends...have your mom's take turns...It's fun to go to school in groups and you save lots of gas!.
  • Ask your teacher to put up Planetpals recycle kits posters to remind everyone at school about recycling.
  • Click here for more recycle ideas for everyday
See our #backtoschool board on Pinterest for more back to school ideas! 

and over 1,000 pages of educational content on Planetpals.com 


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Planetpals