Plastics Education

Educational Tools

These resources have been designed for Canada's educational community to inform educators about the science behind plastics and the different roles that plastics play in society – from automotive and packaging applications to purifying water in third-world countries.

The range of resources includes specific lesson plans and curricula written for elementary and secondary school teachers – from kindergarten to grade 11.

Also available are online games, fun activities, science experiments and comprehensive information on plastics recycling, including the increasing number of valuable products that are made from recycled plastics.  

Plasticurious Contest 
Info Sheet

NAIT Department of Advancement Scholarship Letter - July 2019

Conestoga College Scholarship F und Thank You Letter Spring 2019

Conestoga College Scholarship Fund Thank Y ou L etter Oct. 2018

Choose an educational tool on the left.

Calendar Contest

 CPIA holds an annual Anti-Litter Calendar contest, where students are invited to submit posters designed to encourage change in littering behaviour. The top 13 entries are used in an annual anti-litter calendar. 

Check back here for submission details each Fall.