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KESAB environmental solutions

Introduction

Founded in 1966, KESAB environmental solutions is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to inspire the community to restore, preserve and improve the environment. They deliver world-class education and community programs which are now being emulated around the globe.

Following is the KESAB environmental solutions education material posted on FTfs.

Contributor

KESAB

www.kesab.asn.au

Fun student activities

TopicStudent Level

APY Lands – Let’s be sustainable

  • lower primary
  • primary
  • middle years

GO APY Lands – Let’s be sustainable – Fun student activities

Food scraps to compost

  • lower primary
  • primary
  • middle years

GO Food scraps to compost – Fun student activities

STUFF at home – put it in the right bin

  • lower primary
  • primary
  • middle years

GO STUFF at home – put it in the right bin – Fun student activities

Education websites

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APY Lands – Let’s be sustainable

Useful information about water – how it is treated, when it is safe to drink, how to use it wisely and who’s looking after it. There are also statistics about water use in several APY Lands communities.

Resources include curriculum-linked units of work, lesson ideas, student work sheets informative e-books (with read aloud functions) and several interactives (quiz, animated diagram and board game) to engage students.

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Go APY Lands – Let’s be sustainable

STUFF AT HOME – put it in the right bin

Consists of an interactive house which is a fun and engaging way to educate students about the correct disposal of common household items.

Also included are student facts, cross-curricular lesson ideas and accompanying student activity sheets.

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Go STUFF AT HOME – put it in the right bin

Litter Less

Resources to educate students about litter issues in local, national and global contexts.

Resources include lessons, student work sheets, animations and interactives.

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Go Litter Less

Wipe Out Waste (WOW)

This program is a whole school community approach to waste management and learning. It offers professional development sessions, bin material audits, field trips and a range of education resources (including lessons, videos, big books and interactive games) to support waste management.

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Go Wipe Out Waste (WOW)