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How Can We Reuse It?

In this recycling worksheet, learners view a picture of a structure on a piece of land and brainstorm about whether it is best to knock down the structure and reuse the land or leave it standing and reuse the structure. The picture of the structure is not provided on the worksheet, but there are instructions to insert a picture. Students then determine which option is best and explain why in the space provided.

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4th - 8th
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Visual & Performing Arts
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Lynn C.
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Lynn C., Teacher
Wakefield, RI