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Working with waste
Gepostet von Phumelelani Primary, South Africa am 14. Juni 2019

After doing the thirsty paper challenge learner learns that 10 litres of water were used for every A4 paper produced. That is the water that is used to grow the trees, boil the wood chips, screen and bleach the paper. Today we made a Paper maché project whereby Junior Water Explorers of Phume

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Paper beads
Gepostet von Chelsea Prep Northway, South Africa am 5. Juni 2019
Rocky Shore Eco-Systems
Gepostet von Shea O'Connor Combined, South Africa am 3. Juni 2019
Sharing water saving tips through poster art work
Veröffentlicht am 3. Juni 2019
Our wonderful, watery art
Water wise posters
Gepostet von Shonkweni primary school, South Africa am 29. Mai 2019
Water wise ways to recycle thirsty paper
Gepostet von Mansfield Primary School, South Africa am 29. Mai 2019
Cascading a message to save!!
Gepostet von Ebomvini Primary , South Africa am 29. Mai 2019
A generation of waste savvy kids 
Gepostet von Bhensela primary, South Africa am 29. Mai 2019
Reusing and Upcycling for a greener planet
Gepostet von Mjila primary, South Africa am 29. Mai 2019
Our second Mini SASS
Gepostet von Mjila primary, South Africa am 29. Mai 2019
From cradle to grave!!
Gepostet von Nhlonhlweni Primary Schol, South Africa am 29. Mai 2019
Bambanani- Reduce, Reduce, Recycling and Rethink
Gepostet von Bambanani Primary School, South Africa am 29. Mai 2019
The fracking debate
Veröffentlicht am 28. Mai 2019
Making fracking posters
Moringa challenge
Hat Anlagen
Veröffentlicht am 28. Mai 2019
Planting our moringa seeds
Paper making chain
Gepostet von Emadolobheni, South Africa am 27. Mai 2019
In nature there is no such thing as waste!!
Gepostet von Phumelelani Primary, South Africa am 27. Mai 2019
Sustainability- its all about giving more than taking
Gepostet von Muntuza Full Service, South Africa am 27. Mai 2019
TURTLE clean-up
Veröffentlicht am 27. Mai 2019
Wetland Bird Hides and Raised Walkways
Veröffentlicht am 17. Mai 2019
Flower Fun!
Veröffentlicht am 15. Mai 2019

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