Putting glass to good use

7th March 2003 at 00:00
All key stage 2 children know about smashed windows and broken bottles.

Glass Forever is a first-rate interactive website that enables them to apply this knowledge to the theme of sustainable development. It's easy to navigate along its many different paths. You can match different kinds of packaging materials to a variety of contents; explore the process of glass manufacture and then test your understanding; or watch a short film about recycling and race the computer by dragging rubbish into bins. Teachers can also download many extra resources from the site.


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