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Culture Tip Read the tip. Show students posters from a local recycle center if available.

Do you want to recycle items but don’t know where to go in your community? Visit earth911.com and type in your zip code to find recycling centers near you that take everything from common recyclable material to medications, hazardous materials and electronics. Here is Susan’s separated recycling. Check if each item is a few, a lot, a little or many. A LOT

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Look again at the information in activity I. Think of five items you have at home right now that you could recycle or donate. Write them below. Determine how much you have by checking a few, a lot, a little, or many.

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Get to know a partner. Talk about: • if people in their hometown reduce, reuse and/or recycle • if they know where a recycling center is in their area • if they donate things when they don’t want or need them • if there are things that they like to reuse and how intercambio.org/students

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Answer Key:

J. soda cans – a lot or many plastic water bottles - a lot or many glass jars- a few baby clothes - a few L. Answers will vary.

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