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#### Materials

This interactive presentation is a visual delight for young eyes! The title slide allows you to click on one type of material: wood, fabric, plastic, metal, or paper. You are then taken to a slide to consider numerous objects and...

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#### Paper Recycling Program

Students design a campaign to encourage paper recycling at the school. In this recycling lesson, students try to persuade other students and staff members to adopt a new recycling program. Students work together in groups to come up...

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#### Paper Production

Students compare paper making by hand and by assembly line. In this manufacturing lesson plan, students compare and contrast the two main ways to make paper, by hand or by machine. Students research paper making and have a class...

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#### Piles of Paper

Track how much paper their class uses in a week. They will pile their used paper into one place, each day the pile is measured. They make predictions about how much paper they would collect in a month, then recycle the paper.

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#### Old Made New

Students explore recycling. In this science instructional activity, students sort everyday objects based on their properties. Students view examples of items made from recycled paper. Students create recycled paper.

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#### Origami Ducks: Geometry, Listening, and Following Directions

Make origami ducks with your class to reinforce geometry concepts and vocabulary; develop fine motor and visual translation skills; and enrich study of Japanese culture, the pond habitat, or migration. Create a whole group "worksheet"...

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#### How Thick Could It Get?

In this paper thickness worksheet, learners calculate how large a paper would get if you could fold it in half 50 times. Students complete 1 question.

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#### Paper Weaving

Students are introduced to basic weaving techniques. Using everyday materials, they choose a base paper and weaving paper to use for the activity. Individually, they weave the papers together following written instructions. To end the...

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#### Recycled Greeting Cards

Students create greeting cards from recycled products. They research how paper is recyled and the history of paper. They write free verse and create their own recycled paper. They use Microsoft Word to write their final drafts of verse...

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#### Applied Science - Built Environment Lab

Students evaluate trash. For this Science lesson, students collect and weigh trash from their classrooms. Students categorize the trash and the corresponding weights, recording the information on a data sheet.

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#### Applied Science - Science and Math Post Lab

Students construct paper. In this applied Science instructional activity, students create paper using lint. Students investigate the different fibers in their homes.

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#### Traveling Seeds

Students decorate their bags with crayons. In this art and science lesson, students go outside and collect seeds. Students come back inside and sort the seeds into flyers, riders, poppers, or floaters. Students discuss the differences...

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#### Fun Note Jar

Students decorate a jar or can and label it the Fun Note Jar. In this art lesson, students put a note in the jar for someone else and then at the end of the day the students read the notes. Students read notes from the teacher as well.

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#### Paper Does Grow on Trees

Second graders use sawdust, old paper, newspaper, and more to create their own paper. In this paper lesson plan, 2nd graders discuss trees and what comes from trees, and then make their own paper by following a specific set of directions.

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#### Making Paper Figures

Students develop fine motor skills. In this paper folding lesson, students make a person out of paper. Students use different shapes of paper for the body and used curled paper for the hair.

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#### Reuse, Reduce, Recycle Paper

Students experiment with recycling paper. For this paper recycling lesson, students conduct an experiment in which they dissolve newspaper in water and cornstarch to make new pieces of paper. They add color or flowers to the new paper to...

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#### Uses of a Tree

Learners complete a word sort to discover the relationship of tree resources. In this tree resource lesson plan, students examine information from the word sort and the book "Be a Friend to Trees" by Patricia Lauber. Finally, learners...

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#### Popular Paper

Students explore the benefits of recycling paper. In this recycling lesson plan, students use statistics to calculate the amount of paper that is thrown away each week and construct a graph. Students analyze the data and calculate the...

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#### Positively Paper

Students explore the methods of recycling paper. In this recycling activity, students follow the procedures listed to sort types of paper and make their own recycled paper from each type of paper.

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#### Positively Paper

Young scholars investigate recycling paper. For this recycling lesson, students explore different types of paper and recycled paper. Young scholars match the correct paper to the recycled product.

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#### PAPER - Do Some Research

In this research worksheet, students find the answers to question about paper. They write a complete sentence answer to questions such as "What is paper made from?" and "What is used to change the color and brightness of paper?"

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#### Paper Making

Students work together to make recycled paper. They identify examples of recycled materials and discover what can and cannot be recycled. They explore the history of paper making as well.

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#### Show Me the Money

Students investigate the history of paper currency in the United States and consider anti-counterfeit strategies that are used by making their own paper.

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#### Introspective Lesson

Students write about themselves in a descriptive form in a variety of ways. In this introspective lesson plan, students can write a poem, paper, list, and more.