What Happens to Our Trash? PDF ✓ What Happens PDF

What Happens to Our Trash? PDF ✓ What Happens  PDF People in the United States make trash per person every day than people in any other country What do we throw away, and where does it go How can we reduce, reuse, and recycle Read and find out This nonfiction picture book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children agestowho are ready to read independently It s a fun way to keep your child engaged and as a supplement for activity books for childrenThis is a LevelLet s Read and Find Out Science book, which means the book explores challenging concepts perfect for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards and Next Generation Science Standards Let s Read and Find Out is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Subaru Science Books Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series


10 thoughts on “What Happens to Our Trash?

  1. Heather Heather says:

    This book gives a simple and straightforward explanation about where our trash goes Some interesting statistics are included, as well as suggestions for ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle The illustrations are pretty good too In the back, there are instructions for creating your own compost pile, as well as a list of resources for further study I will o


  2. Stefani Stefani says:

    So where will your trash go Will it go to the recycling plant Will it go to the compost pile Will it get buried underground It s almost impossible to make no trash at all But if we reduce, reuse, and recycle, we will make a lot less than we do now I 5 9 YearsR 2nd 4th GradeI read this book for a project in my Children s Literature class.This book did an


  3. Melissa Namba Melissa Namba says:

    A nice dense book that goes over the various reasons why we should recycle and how one might go about doing it However, there are a number of children that I would not recommend this book for because it could cause a disruption in how they live Which may be what the authors intended I think the awareness that it brings and small changes that might come fr


  4. Peacegal Peacegal says:

    Surprisingly in depth and through for an easy reader, this book engagingly explains what happens when we throw things away There s also content on what happens when we produce too much garbage and things we can all do to reduce the amount of garbage we create.


  5. Jc Jc says:

    We should all be doing as much ass possible to protect our environment from pollution We can start by reducing the amounts of garbage we create each day.


  6. Gail Gauthier Gail Gauthier says:

    I had an interesting experience reading What Happens to Our Trash by D J Ward with illustrations by Paul Meisel I read parts of it aloud at dinner, which I was eating with a civil engineer He approved the descriptions of the clay and plastic layers in the landfill When I read, The trash gets covered with dirt each day, he called out, Daily cover When I read,


  7. Eva Kelly Eva Kelly says:

    This is a big question and I know some of it because we BURN some in the woodstove, and we put old food in the compost pile for animals to eat, and then some of it we take to the dump But I didn t see ANYTHING about burning it, and there was just one thing about compost, so I don t know This book is kind of a cartoon with a lot of words.I don t think this one


  8. Alexandria Alexandria says:

    This book was a great deal wordier than the ones I normally read the boys I babysit, but is done so well that even the three year old was interested It inspired a lot of questions and really got the message across about the danger of the US current rate of material consumption and waste production I am definitely going to adding this to my kids bookshelves, th


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