Preschool Books about Recycling

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As part of our mini unit about Recycling (check out our Science Table: Recycling post!) we checked out a bunch of books on the subject so I thought I’d share with you all our current book basket filled preschool books about recycling!

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I was surprised to find so many books about recycling for preschoolers! But here are our ten favorites! I have included Amazon links for your convenience. I am NOT an Amazon Associate and won’t earn any money from this.

1. Recycle!: A Handbook for Kids by Gail Gibbons

2. Recycle Every Day by Nancy Wallace

3. Here Comes the Recycling Truck by Meyer Seltzer

4. What Happens to Our Trash? by D.J. Ward

5. Trash and Recycling by Usborne Beginners

6. Recycling Earth’s Resources by Barbara Webb

7. Rally for Recycling by Lisa Bullard

8. What Can You Do with an Old Red Shoe? by Anna Alter

9. Michael Recycle by Ellie Bethel

10. The Adventures of a Plastic Bottle: A Story about Recycling by Alison Inches

And now it’s time for the Saturday Science Blog Hop & Link Up!

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Air Pressure from Suzy Homeschooler

What is soil? Experiments and activities for kids from The Usual Mayhem

Learning about nature with toddlers and preschoolers from P is for Preschooler

Simple Science: Mentos and Soda Volcano from The Joys of Boys

Engineering Egg Drop Project from Lemon Lime Adventures

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5 thoughts on “Preschool Books about Recycling”

  1. I didn’t realize there were so many books about recycling for preschoolers either! But it makes sense – the earlier it becomes a habit, the better!

  2. Ashley says:

    Thank you for linking up to the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Bloghop!

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