Products/Made Environment - Stage 1

Electronic resources to assist with the teaching and study of this unit
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4000+ educational games, videos and teaching resources for schools and students. Free Primary and Secondary resources covering history, science, English, maths and more

ABC Splash is an online resource that provides over 3000 videos, games and resources that align with the Australian Curriculum. Topics are accessible on iPads and engage children in interactive and multimodal texts.

Teachers' Resources - ABC TV Education

Teachers' Resources - ABC TV Education

Database 'eResources' to assist with the study and teaching of this unit

Database 'eResources' to assist with the study and teaching of this unit

Kids and Recycling (part - How are plastic bottles and caps recycled? by CQ Goes Green

How Products Are Made explains and details the manufacturing process of a wide variety of products, from daily household items to complicated electronic equipment and heavy machinery. The site provides step by step descriptions of the assembly and the manufacturing process (complemented with illustrations and diagrams)

How Products Are Made explains and details the manufacturing process of a wide variety of products, from daily household items to complicated electronic equipment and heavy machinery. The site provides step by step descriptions of the assembly and the manufacturing process (complemented with illustrations and diagrams)

www.cleanup.org.au PDF au cua_plastic_recycling_fact_sheet.pdfPlastics are the most common rubbish item found on Clean Up Australia Day, representing over 30% of all rubbish collected over the past 10 years7 . This includes drink containers, confectionary packets and water bottles, all of which pose a huge threat to wildlife and our environment. Recycling plastic saves energy, valuable resources and helps to protect our environment.

www.cleanup.org.au PDF au cua_plastic_recycling_fact_sheet.pdfPlastics are the most common rubbish item found on Clean Up Australia Day, representing over 30% of all rubbish collected over the past 10 years7 . This includes drink containers, confectionary packets and water bottles, all of which pose a huge threat to wildlife and our environment. Recycling plastic saves energy, valuable resources and helps to protect our environment.

The Problem with Plastic: a guide for kids by Tiki the Penguin

Waste plastic is getting to be a serious form of pollution, particularly in the oceans. Tiki finds out why plastic is such a problem and shows kids what they can do about it.

How does recycling work? -Discover why plastic is harmful to our environment and how recycling helps to reduce its impact. Listen to Jon Dee, founder of Planet Ark, discuss the problem of plastic. Watch as a bag of household items are sorted to identify what can be recycled.

Discover why plastic is harmful to our environment and how recycling helps to reduce its impact

Planet Ark for the next generation.

Recycling aids in the fight against global warming by reducing the amount of new materials we use to sustain our lifestyle

Recycling Facts and Tips | SUEZ Australia

Recycling for kids, facts, tips, best recycling practices and recycling in Australia. Australians generate almost 48 million tonnes of waste.

The Effect of Recycling Plastic Water Bottles on the Environment | LIVESTRONG.COM

The Effect of Recycling Plastic Water Bottles on the Environment

Plastic water bottles are becoming a growing segment of the municipal solid waste stream in the United States. The American Chemistry Council estimates.

Fun Recycling Facts for Kids - Plastic, Paper, Glass, Aluminum, Recycled Waste

Fun Recycling Facts for Kids - Plastic, Paper, Glass, Aluminum, Recycled Waste

Science K–10 (inc. Science and Technology K–6) :: Stage 1 :: Products

Science K–10 (inc. Science and Technology K–6) :: Stage 1 :: Products

Fruit & Veg Month - Healthy Kids - Classroom activities

Fruit & Veg Month - Healthy Kids - Classroom activities

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