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Using toys to save the planet

02 November 2021

Want to help your students to think about environmental sustainability in a positive way? Why not use a toys loans box or toys you have in school? Our FREE new resource for Key Stage 1 teachers is packed with cunning ideas for curriculum based classroom activities.

“I love this! what a brilliant way to link sustainability and history”.   – Teacher

Has COP26 got you thinking about climate change and biodiversity?

Increasingly young children are aware of both the climate crisis and the ecological crisis that we are facing. We can’t pretend these aren’t happening, so how can we introduce ideas around more sustainable approaches to living in a positive way for Key Stage 1 children?

Download this new FREE resource for ways to thread thinking about a sustainable world naturally into a history topic on toys.

You can book a Toys loans box  from a number of our museums.

Why not book a place on our FREE online twilight CPD: ‘Wild ideas for change on Tuesday 7th Dec 3.45 – 4.45 for more inspiring ideas.

You may also like The Lost Words   the exhibition of the amazing book – at Kirkleatham Museum from November and Bottled Ocean – a fantastic immersive exhibition made from single use plastic bottles – at the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum throughout 2022.