Create something relating to recycling. Paint, draw a picture, write a poem, compose or sing a song, make a short video, write an essay, mold a sculpture, create a collage including a theme of recycling. Teachers may assign a media as part of a classroom assignment.
On the back of each entry: name, age, county, organization or school, contact address, telephone number, sponsor or teacher’s name contact and telephone number.
The winner of each category will receive an award of $150. The winner’s associated group receives a $200 gift card. A parental consent form will be sent to the winner's guardian prior to announcing the winners on this website.
2016 ReFashion Slideshow
Recycling Lesson Plan 1 - Don’t Waste the Moment
Driving question- How much of the waste which is thrown away in the school cafeteria may be composted or recycled?
Recycling Lesson Plan #2 – One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure
Driving question – What does waste disposal cost anyway?
Recycling Lesson Plan #3 – Waste Not Want Not
Driving question – How does a compost pile reduce waste?
Recycling Lesson Plan #4 – Reclaiming and Replacing
Driving question – What happens to garbage when it leaves the school or my house?
Recycling Investigations Lesson - include text dependent questions, provide graphical representations of data, prompt students with investigations, and may be used across the curriculum instruction. Lessons may be modified in order to be used at different grade levels.