The litter audit is an opportunity for students to investigate and see first-hand the types of litter, if any, they find in their neighborhood. After the audit is complete, students can share their findings and use data to draw conclusions about common types of litter, where it comes from and what actions can be taken to prevent litter in the first place!Read More
KidScoop News in partnership with the Altamont Education Advisory Board created these earth tip activity pages that showcase and spotlight many of StopWaste’s student and teacher action heroes.Read More
Based on the 5-Step Action Based Learning Model, The Collective Action Steps: Stop Food Waste Action Project offers a guide for teachers, students and families to engage with food was prevention activities that help reduce and amount of food that is wasted in our homes and in our communities.Read More
Partner with StopWaste to bring academic fun to your classroom and join our community of committed teachers and families continuing to take action in distance learning. Teachers, students, and families can follow the steps outlined in this guide to take action at home and in their communities.Read More
What is coronavirus? What's the best way for you and your family to stay healthy? Explore the answers to these questions in this activity and coloring book developed by StopWaste school's partner, KidScoop News.
This activity book is available in both English and Spanish.Read More
We're taking our long-running Davis St. Transfer Station Tour online! Watch this video to experience Stop 1 on the Tour, where the 4R’s Action League invite you to explore and protect where we live and the people and animals in our community- planet earth.Read More