I agree! Whenever I buy a tea and they try to give me a plastic bag, I never take it. I try to use the least amount of plastic bags as possible!
You shared some good information and some good ideas. Great job, kids!! Mrs. U. Grade 1 teacher
It looks like you had great fun acting this out. Very original. I will try to remember all of the four Rs. If more people follow your few simple pieces of advice at the end, hopefully it will make a difference. Great job.Miss M, G7&8 teacher
Well Done! Very informative.
Nice work! Smart presentation! Loved it :)
So funny! Great work! We like how you used humor to send out such an important message.Ms. Crous & the Third Graders (H.I.S. ~ Taiwan)
Hi R Team! Thanks for the presentation, I learned so much in such a short time! Aye, Aye, Team, I WILL try to not accept gifts that I won't use immediately. Try me!:-P If the givers object, I will direct them to your blog:-D Miss Fernandeshttp://kidblog.org/MsFernandesKAClassroom/
A good way to share your message, especially when you are not very good at drawing pictures.Ms. Barry and the Sixth Graders (H.I.S. - Taiwan)
I just heard about a German student who invented a machine to collect the plastic trash in the oceans. Unfortunately it might be too late already since it is expected that 70% of the trash already sunk to the deep ground of the ocean.
I am really impressed with your presentation. You are sending out a great message to everyone. Change has to start somewhere and I am proud that our students at H.I.S. are "rethinking" how we are doing things. One small step at a time...Hoping your message is seen by many and thank you for taking time to care. I will show this to the Kindergarten children tomorrow. Mrs. Willis
I really like the still shots and commentary. It is very powerful and makes me "rethink" my actions. Your last line stuck with me when you said that its "our earth," because we share this planet and we all need to do our part to make it last!Thanks for sharing this presentationcheersBraedon
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Well done! I think Puncho El Nino can teach us all a thing or two about rethinking our actions