A Recycle Now animation showing a boy throwing away a can - what could it be made into?
Make your own Andy Aluminium finger puppet.
Make your own Ollie Organics finger puppet
Make a plastic bottle planter.
How to make a scoop.
How to make your own Penny Paper finger puppet.
How to make your own Carolina Cardboard finger puppet.
How to make your own Gordon Glass finger puppet.
Explore the importance of reusing materials and reducing textile waste by creating personalised PE bags from unwanted textiles.
Get pupils thinking about the value of waste in other countries while creating their own recycled textile footballs.
How to make a mini watering can from a plastic milk bottle.
Turn a plastic milk bottle into an elephant.
How to make a Pong pom pom.
Learn to make a plastic bottle bird feeder.
How to make egg box flowers.
Make your very own Captain Busta from old socks.
How to make your own Pedro Plastic.
How to make your own Sam Steel.
Busta investigates food waste and plastic packaging recycling
The pack is designed to help children understand the journey of plastic from recycling bins into useful new products, that plastic is a valuable resource and why it should be managed responsibly.
A range of crafts to make your own recycled versions of our characters.
A range of crafts with a focus on Halloween.
A range of crafts with a focus on Easter.
A range of crafts with a focus on Christmas.
Essential background information on plastic for teachers, to deliver lessons that help students make better use of plastic and reduce its environmental impact.
A summary of the different craft activities and ideas linked to Christmas, Easter and Halloween, all using recycled materials.
A comprehensive set of suggestions for whole-school events and projects, linked to the theme of waste and recycling and including ways to involve the school community.