We Can't Wait To Hear From You!
1-800-767-9660

Environmental Conservation Classes for Grades K-6



K-2: Synopsis
Rudy Scruples knows that something bad could happen if she doesn’t do her part to take care of the environment, she just doesn’t know what. With the help of your students, The Fantastigators, and their eccentric and excitable leader, Dr. Hector Foulodor, Rudy learns how her actions could effect the environment and what to reduce, what to reuse, and what to recycle. 

K-2: Educational Objectives

  1. To define reusing, reducing, and recycling
  2. To distinguish between items that can be reused, reduced, and recycled and items that can not
  3. To help students understand why we shouldn't just throw everything in the garbage can
  4. To encourage students to care for the environment

Audience size:  35 students maximum in a classroom; up to 40 students in a multi-purpose room
Running time:  40 minutes

Class Costs
Scheduling Guidelines
Booking Form


3-6: Synopsis
It’s a good thing that Françoise and Mercedes, curators of the Trash Museum, are such entertaining tour guides! While touring the Trash Museum (which just so happens to be in your classroom), students will discuss exhibits that are focused on each of the Three R's as well as hazardous waste. Students will also participate in a kinetic activity that highlights the consequences of burning trash and have the opportunity to practice telling adults and peers how to help the environment. This fun and engaging class is sure to be the fieldtrip of the year, without ever leaving the classroom!

3-6: Educational Objectives

  1. To help students understand what a landfill is and what they can do to avoid indiscriminate disposal
  2. To explain the negative consequences of burning trash
  3. To define the Three R’s as a possible solution to minimizing landfills
  4. To teach what hazardous waste means, to provide examples of what it is, why it is harmful, and what we can do to dispose of it properly 
  5. To provide students with practice talking to adults and peers about the impact of their choices on the environment

Audience size:  35 students maximum in a classroom; up to 40 students in a multi-purpose room
Running time:  40 minutes

Class Costs
Scheduling Guidelines
Booking Form

CLIMB Inc
6415 Carmen Ave E
Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076
Outreach Department
(651) 453-9275 x19
Gaming Department
Laurie Gluesing
(651) 453-9275 x11
Teaching Company
Lauren Diesch
(651) 453-9275 x20
Performing Company
Buffy Sedlachek
(651) 453-9275 x40

 

         

Copyright©2013
CLIMB Theatre
http://www.webaloo.com