a charity setup by kids, for kids
Hello! We’re Amy and Ella Meek, aged 17 and 15, and the founders of Kids Against Plastic!
Not long ago we came across the UN’s Global Goals and got inspired to do our bit for the planet, and after finding out about the negative effect single-use plastic is having on the environment, we launched the Kids Against Plastic campaign.
Make curricula interactive – in person or online. Introduce sustainability and climate action topics in an engaging way in any class – from geography or biology, to foreign language, civics,…DOWNLOAD
Deepen understanding of key science principles and foster critical thinking skills through playful activities and games. See where curiosity can go! Innovation starts with linking up imagination and the world…DOWNLOAD
Great British Beach Clean Source to Sea, is an exciting project from the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) taking place across the UK between Friday 18th and Friday 25th September 2020. This year, MCS are taking the learning inland, local and online, so you…DOWNLOAD
Annotated images to show the resources/ materials that are used to produce single-use plastic. A great resource to support discussion about single-use plasticDOWNLOAD
A matching activity to support research about four main greenhouse gases. Children can identify different sources of greenhouse gases and also discuss ways to reduce emissions. Images could be used…DOWNLOAD
Simple explanations of the journey of single-use plastic, from the extraction of oil, to the production of plastic, to the management of plastic waste. This resource can be used to…DOWNLOAD
Matching activity to show the different disposal methods for plastic waste. Children could match the images and descriptions, rank the disposal methods according to the greenhouse gas emissions they create…DOWNLOAD
Big Dreams, Little Footprints is a new series of beautifully curated how-to books for busy, weary parents on how to guide and inspire their children to stand up for the…DOWNLOAD
Every year millions of people around the globe take part in the Plastic Free July challenge, choosing to refuse single-use plastics and drastically reducing the amount of plastic waste ending…Read More
A one degree Celsius rise in body temperature could hospitalise a human. A temperature rise of two, three or four degrees could be deadly. Imagine if this were happening to…Read More