We have all the tools campuses will need to begin breaking free from plastic.
The foundation of any plastic-free campaign will be an informed school community. Break Free From Plastic has created this Plastics Education Manual, which includes a curriculum map to help teachers design lesson plans for any grade level, adapt modules to existing classes, and provide lessons for homeschooling.
These manuals are specifically designed to jumpstart your plastic-free journey locally. Crafted from existing practices and tools of plastic-free campuses worldwide, these steps have been adapted to better fit schools in the Global South. As nations plan their transitions into a new normal, it is now more important to pause and plan for a better society that is plastic-free.
Author: Break Free From Plastic
The Post-Landfill Action Network cultivates, educates, and inspires the student-led zero waste movement. They inform students about the waste crisis and equip them with the necessary skills and resources to implement solutions to waste in their campus communities. PLAN empowers our generation to be changemakers.
Author: Post-landfill Action Network
Whether you’re a teacher, informal educator, parent or someone who’s interested in learning more about plastic pollution you’ll want to check out our Elementary and Middle/High School Next Generation Science Standards aligned curriculum! Much like our mission, both the elementary and middle/high school curriculum aim to help raise awareness and inspire action against plastic pollution. The curriculum is designed to be flexible so while it works as a cohesive unit, you can also draw lessons and activities to support many subjects through the lens of plastic pollution.
Author: 5 Gyres
This fun and easy to use educational programme in English integrates the latest scientific research on plastics. Through experiential learning, children are empowered to become part of the solution to plastic pollution.
Common Seas have developed 16 fun, free and easy-to-use activities, so that children (and adults!) can continue to learn about ocean plastics at home, if they are not attending school. And because they are drawn straight from Common Seas Ocean Plastics Academy, they’re also academically robust and supported by a wealth of curriculum aligned resources for those families who feel more confident to explore the subject in more depth.
Author: Common Seas
Cafeteria Culture (CafCu) is an environmental education organization working with youth to creatively achieve zero waste schools, plastic free waters, and climate smart communities by merging citizen science and civic action with media and the arts.
Author: Cafeteria Culture