TOPIC: THE 3 R’S (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle)
Better environment, better tomorrow. Reduce,Reuse and Recycle.
Students of class V-B conducted a morning assembly on 3R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle).The assembly started with the Morning Prayer followed by the news headlinesand thought for the day.
“I don’t want to protect the environment, but I want to create a world where the environment doesn’t need protection.”
To make the world a better place to live in for the coming generations,students of class V introduced the concept of 3R’sand the need of implementing this in our day today life.Students presented their assembly laying stress on the importance of reducing the production of waste by buying things only when needed and that to with minimum packaging,using things wisely, donating and not using disposable or plastic plates, spoons, say no to aluminum foil etc.They also emphasized tobuy things which can be reused.
Saving energy and natural resources is also useful in the implementation of 3R’S. Recycling is a concept everyone is well aware of because of the scrap dealers (Kabariwallas).The scrap dealershelp in recycling newspapers glass bottles and a variety of other things which are discarded by households all the time.Students explained that Recycling is important because by recycling you give another life to the waste.
The students also explained to the audience as howwe can all reduce the consumption of electricity and why should we make more use of solar energy which is an unlimited resource. They said that taking abucket bath instead of a shower; using a car-pool or walking wherever possible is a good idea to put into practice. Students were made aware of the colour codes of the bins used to segregate different types of waste. The green bin is meant for wet wastes while the blue bin is for dry waste. Some students displayed the things they made themselves by recycling waste.
The students of V-B presented dance on a song explaining the need of saving earth from pollution and non-degradable waste like plastic. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem.
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