By gum, it's a clean up

23rd June 2006 at 01:00
Where do teenagers put their used chewing gum? - a question to which teachers can supply many disgusting answers. Bin It! is a pack which should persuade 11 to 13-year-olds to be more conscientious and responsible. There are five resource cards, five activity cards, teachers'

notes and a couple of posters. Some concentrate on environmental consequences, the cost of steam cleaning pavements, the risks to small animals, the effect on tourism. Other draw attention to the embarrassing feeling of finding gum on the seat of your jeans. One pack per school.

Tel 0870 242 5572


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