How to Make Paper Video
Making Paper demonstrates a standards-based Project Learning Tree classroom activity, while also educating students about the actual paper making process.
Guide to School Recycling
Interested in starting a school recycling program?
Download the School Recycling Guide to learn more about how you
can involve your school in paper recycling.
Elementary School Recycling Activities
AF&PA and Kaleidoscope have teamed-up to create free, 2011 Classroom Pieces:
downloadable posters that feature take-home sets of activities for
elementary school children.
Recycling Starts With You
AF&PA and Scholastic have teamed-up to create a free, downloadable
mini-poster that features standards-based math, science, and
language arts lessons about paper recycling for third through
Download Lesson Plan
2013 Recycling Award Winner: Bishop Watterson High School
Location – Columbus, OH
Amount of paper and paper-based packaging recovered in 2012 – 18.36 tons
School population – 900
Amount collected per student – 33.8 pounds
The paper recycling program at Bishop Watterson is
administered on a volunteer basis by an environmental
science teacher with the assistance of student council
students and advisors, the maintenance staff and the
administrative staff. All student council members are
engaged in the collection of recyclables from their
homerooms and volunteer to help encourage and educate
fellow students with their recycling efforts in the cafeteria. In
addition to paper recycling bins in the classrooms, art rooms,
technology department, library and offices, the school
encourages the recovery of the kraft lunch bags used daily by
approximately 500 students. Nearly 87,500 such bags are
recycled annually as a result.
Click here to read the full winning case study.