Year 3

What does it mean to live sustainably?

In this lesson we will learn about sustainability and look at different examples of good ways to live a sustainable lifestyle.

Year 3

What does it mean to live sustainably?

In this lesson we will learn about sustainability and look at different examples of good ways to live a sustainable lifestyle.

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. State what 'sustainably' means
  2. Describe ways to live sustainably
  3. Explain some difficulties with living sustainably

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4 Questions

Q1.
Recycling is the process of collecting and ___ materials. Choose one word to fill in the blank.
reapplying
replaying
Correct answer: reusing
Q2.
Which of these CANNOT be made from recycled materials?
Clothes
Plastic bottles
Correct answer: Trees
Q3.
If we keep sending lots of rubbish to landfills, what will happen?
Nothing, there will always be space for rubbish
Correct answer: They will fill up and we will run out of space
We will find a place to put the rubbish
Q4.
What would happen if we ONLY used raw materials and did not recycle?
Nothing, raw materials are unlimited
We can just make a new raw material
Correct answer: We would soon run out of raw materials and have nothing left!

3 Questions

Q1.
Which of these materials would it be best to make a set of cutlery out of?
Cotton
Correct answer: Metal
Plastic
Q2.
Which of these is NOT a way to live sustainably?
Correct answer: Driving your car 10 minutes to work
Riding the train to travel a long way
Walking for short journeys
Q3.
Is switching off the lights when you leave a room a sustainable way to live?
no
Correct answer: yes