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Children's Recycling Program

Recycling Poster
Activity Book
Activity Book Page 1-2
Activity Book Page 3-4
Activity Book Page 5-6
Activity Book Page 7-8
Activity Book Page 9-10
Activity Book back
online game

The children’s recycling program was a project created by the Public Works department of the Niagara Region to educate and inform children from daycare to grade three about the recycling progress, as well as the proper use of the different waste and recycling bins. The concept was to reach out to classrooms all across the Niagara Region with a fun and engaging presentation with the hope that children would retain the information they learned. The solution was to create activity books, posters for the classrooms and an online game. These educational pieces hope to get children to start thinking about recycling and

rethinking waste.

The activity book entailed conceptualizing each activity as well as the educational component that accompanied them. The activities were made with the specific age group that the program was aimed at, and as such are accessible and informative without being either too challenging or boring. The activity book’s illustrations and nine unique activities were created specifically for it, and went through many edits and changes before being finalized.

The other component of the program was four posters that were created for classrooms. They are meant to encourage kids to put waste in the proper bins, with the hope that they will then take this knowledge and also apply it at home. The posters show the three

The children’s recycling program was a project created by the Public Works department of the Niagara Region to educate and inform children from daycare to grade three about the recycling progress, as well as the proper use of the different waste and recycling bins. The concept was to reach out to classrooms all across the Niagara Region with a fun and engaging presentation with the hope that children would retain the information they learned. The solution was to create activity books, posters for the classrooms and an online game. These educational pieces hope to get children to start thinking about recycling and

rethinking waste.

The activity book entailed conceptualizing each activity as well as the educational component that accompanied them. The activities were made with the specific age group that the program was aimed at, and as such are accessible and informative without being either too challenging or boring. The activity book’s illustrations and nine unique activities were created specifically for it, and went through many edits and changes before being finalized.

The other component of the program was four posters that were created for classrooms. They are meant to encourage kids to put waste in the proper bins, with the hope that they will then take this knowledge and also apply it at home. The posters show the three

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