Sunday, November 2, 2008

Room 5 were sorting out the Rubbish for Recycling !

Do you sort your rubbish out before you take them to the bins ? Room 5 have been learning to sort them into different categories so that they can be placed in the correct bins. Some can be recycled and some can not. We do this at the end of each day. We want to make a difference ! By doing this, we hope to keep our Planet Earth Clean and Green. The photos in this slideshow show what we have been doing.

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10 comments:

Room 16 Grey Lynn School said...

Greetings from Grey Lynn, Room 16. My name is Murdoch and I think your blog is pretty cool. I think its great that you're sorting out which rubbish you can recycle and can not, because you need to know that information in later life.

Great job little voices little scholars,
Murdoch.

tamakitoday said...

I liked the photograph at the end with the happy faces. Whoever took the photographs was very talented!

Little Voices, Little Scholars. said...

@Mr. Webb !

Thank you for your support !
You can guess who the talented photograher is !

Jenny.

Deborah Barrows said...

Hi Kids,

Thank you so much for helping to keep the Planet Earth Clean and Green. This is very important to us in Maine, in the United States, too. See if you can find Maine on the map!!

You are very lucky to have a nice teacher who teaches you great things like recycling and how to use iMovie and Kid Pix!!

Why does everyone wear red hats?

I hope you have a wonderful year and continue to keep the world beautiful!

Cheers,

Deb Barrows

Thunder Insippo - Kim said...

Hi from Mrs. DeLeo's fifth grade class in Virginia Beach! We call rubbish "trash." We recycle, too. In the classroom we have a big blue bin for paper. In the cafeteria we have a recycling bin where we put plastic after lunch. Congratulations on your effort!

LAlconcel said...

Hi, from Red Mill Elementary School in Virginia Beach, VA. We also are really big for Recycling! Besides our daily collection of paper and plastic, we just participated in a "Plastic Bag Recycle Challenge". Our school collected 22,673 plastic bags. You should have seen how full our Principal's office was each day of the collection. Some days he could barely find his desk.
Keep up the great work! You are doing wonderful things to help our environment.

Jacob said...

Hi Jenny,
I'ts me Jacob. Nice blog I hope you enjoyed my blog. I thing you should take the photos of your students because you never know who could use them.

P.S Check out my teachers blog he has lots of cool maths games and sites: http://altan.edublogs.org

Mrs Hodgkinson said...

I love seeing your smiling faces on your blog and you are doing a wonderful job of recycling your rubbish. You are a GREAT class and you have a GREAT teacher.

Mrs Hodgkinson RTLB

tamakitoday said...

Mrs She. I would suggest that you have a look at this site as they are a Y2 blog in Florida, USA that are doing work of a similar great quality to your wonderful blog. Here's the url:
http://sharpebrown2ndgrade.blogspot.com/

Miss Paton said...

Hi Room 5,

How's the rubbish sorting going? We also sort out our rubbish at Glenbrae School. We have got a worm farm and we give our food scraps to the worms such as apple peel, banana skin, kiwi fruit skins etc.
At my place we have a blue wheelly bin to put our recycled items into.

Keep up the recycling,
Follow the 3R's: Reduce, Reuse & Recycle,

From Miss Paton
Glenbrae School