This learning scenario is planned to turn waste materials into course material. With this method, we aim to protect nature, make our lessons more attractive and ensure permanenearning. Raising awareness about the importance of nature for students and their parents is among our goals.
We believe that our students will create great motivation in the lessons with different activities and designs. As an educator aiming to gain Environmental Literacy, especially with young students, we want to prevent them from worrying. Fear of future experiences with the climate crisis can make them feel too helpless to contribute to change. For this reason, we aim for them to be environmentally literate by giving them age-appropriate responsibility.
Keywords: Climate and Ecosystem Origin and Art Recycling
Age of students: 9-10 age range
Teaching Time: 4 lessons of 40 minutes each.
Online teaching materials
– Padlet;
– Canva;;
– Jigsaw Planet;;
– Youtube; – –
– NBS:

Offline teaching materials
Cardboard boxes, medicine boxes, newspapers, straws, used pet bottles, jars, plastic bags and coloured papers, glue, pen, scissors … (waste materials)
To achieve the goals of the goals
Project-Based Learning, Inquiry-Based Science Education, learning approaches and STEAM will be used.
Learning objectives:
Recycling and stem are very important for sustainable ecosystems and to leave a better world for future generations. Recycling is a social responsibility for all citizens for a sustainable society. This scenario is a project-based learning scenario with an interdisciplinary approach for responsible students and individuals. And it was supported by the eTwinning Project “From Waste To School”. Students will develop environmentally literate skills.

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