The Three R's

Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

The Three R's

Explains how reducing, reusing, and recycling can help decrease pollution, and provides examples of how to do these things, including finding new uses for hand-me-downs and placing bottles in collection areas instead of trash cans. Original.

The Three R's

Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

The Three R's

Explains how reducing, reusing, and recycling can help decrease pollution, and provides examples of how to do these things, including finding new uses for hand-me-downs and placing bottles in collection areas instead of trash cans. Original.

The Eco-Student's Guide to Being Green at School

The Eco-Student's Guide to Being Green at School

Explores each room of a school for what to do and what to change in order for students and teachers to be eco-friendly.

Making Good Choices About Recycling and Reuse

Making Good Choices About Recycling and Reuse

Provides a proactive approach to recycling and reusing materials.

What Do We Do with Trash?

What Do We Do with Trash?

Readers are introduced to how trash is disposed of and the types of trash we produce most. Informative text illustrates the benefits of recycling, composting, and more. Young environmentalists will be captivated by vibrant photographs, diagrams, and fascinating facts.

Green Genius Guide

What are Landfills, Vermicomposting, Recycling, and more...

Green Genius Guide

Do you know that a chocolate wrapper cannot be recycled? Do you know that a plastic water bottle can lie in a garbage dump for up to five hundred years? Do you know that we can save the earth from becoming a giant dumping ground if we only practised the three Rs—reduce, reuse, and recycle? Learn how to keep the earth clean. It's our only home!

MultiCultural Review

Dedicated to a Better Understanding of Ethnic, Racial, and Religious Diversity

MultiCultural Review


Waste, Recycling and Reuse

Waste, Recycling and Reuse

Waste problem - Dealing with waste - Glass - Metals - Plastic, textiles and paper - Cars and e-waste - Waste and the developing world - Organic waste - Looking to the future.

Building Vocabulary: Student Guided Practice Book Level 10

4 Color Book

Building Vocabulary: Student Guided Practice Book Level 10

Building Vocabulary from Word Roots helps students unlock the meaning of over 60% of the words they encounter in the classroom and beyond with a systematic approach to teaching vocabulary using Greek and Latin prefixes, bases, and suffixes. Students are introduced to one new root per lesson and this full-color Student Guided Practice Book is filled with daily activities to ensure that they learn the root and the many English words it generates.

The Zero-Waste Lifestyle

Live Well by Throwing Away Less

The Zero-Waste Lifestyle

A practical guide to generating less waste, featuring meaningful and achievable strategies from the blogger behind The Green Garbage Project, a yearlong experiment in living garbage-free. Trash is a big, dirty problem. The average American tosses out nearly 2,000 pounds of garbage every year that piles up in landfills and threatens our air and water quality. You do your part to reduce, reuse, and recycle, but is it enough? In The Zero-Waste Lifestyle, Amy Korst shows you how to lead a healthier, happier, and more sustainable life by generating less garbage. Drawing from lessons she learned during a yearlong experiment in zero-waste living, Amy outlines hundreds of easy ideas—from the simple to the radical—for consuming and throwing away less, with low-impact tips on the best ways to: • Buy eggs from a local farm instead of the grocery store • Start a worm bin for composting • Grow your own loofah sponges and mix up eco-friendly cleaning solutions • Purchase gently used items and donate them when you’re finished • Shop the bulk aisle and keep reusable bags in your purse or car • Bring your own containers for take-out or restaurant leftovers By eliminating unnecessary items in every aspect of your life, these meaningful and achievable strategies will help you save time and money, support local businesses, decrease litter, reduce your toxic exposure, eat well, become more self-sufficient, and preserve the planet for future generations.