WOW has developed many learning resources for educators and students to use in their aims to reduce, reuse, and recyle. Resources will continually be uploaded so keep your eye on this page...
Compost in a Bottle Experiment
This is a great classroom experiment for F- Year 6 students, which examines the process of composting in a contained classroom environment. Students are encouraged to think critically about their consumption habits and the impact this may have on the environment.
Compost in a Bottle resource
Bulk/Bigger Buy vs
Today we can purchase many items in ‘single serves’ for perceived convenience, but what is the cost of these items to the environment and your budget?
Bulk/Bigger Buy vs Single Serve/Multipack resource
Bulk/Bigger Buy vs Single Serve/Multipack tables
Bulk/Bigger Buy vs Single Serve/Multipack A3 hierarchy
Uneaten Food Waste
This resource aims to develop students’ knowledge and understanding around wastage of uneaten food.
Students consider reasons that uneaten food may be wasted and impacts on the environment when food is placed
in the landfill bin, to encourage them to think about their own
actions and decisions.
Uneaten food waste resource
A Tale of Two Lunchboxes
This resource aims to develop students’ knowledge and understanding of Nude Food. Students consider their packaging choices, and how these impact on the environment. By investigating how packaging can be reduced, students are able to assess their own actions and decisions when packing their lunchbox.
A Tale of Two Lunchboxes resource