Welcome to “K Cups 4 Classrooms”! In January 2015 we started saving K Cups and have since found many incredible ways to repurpose them! See our Ideas for K Cups in the Classroom Page for a wealth of ideas, lessons and resources, check out our cool video and visit the K Cups Math Resource Page for great lessons that will make learning math fun, tangible, relevant and engaging!
Our goal is to have 1 000 teachers/schools save and repurpose 1 000 000 K Cups!
Please leave your class/school name, city and country in the REPLY section at the very bottom of this page, email me firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet to #KCups4Classrooms if you plan on saving and using K Cups in your classroom/school! As you begin to accumulate K Cups please share your totals and we’ll add to the TOTAL K CUPS saved tally!
Classes Saving K Cups 4 Classrooms
Mrs. Dillard’s Grade 7-9’s Creative Problem Solving and GATE Classes- Sage Valley Junior High, Gillette, Wyoming, USA.
Mrs. Oltman’s 6th grade science at Kittredge Magnet School – Atlanta GA, USA is in for the million k-cup challenge!
Ms Lewis-Young’s 3B Massey Street PS Brampton ON, CANADA We are in!
Tom D’Amico – Ottawa, Ontario – The Human Resources Department of the central #OCSB
Mr. Turner’s grade 5 class St. Vincent Thunder Bay ON, Canada We are in!!!
Mrs. Garieri’s and Ms. Timko’s grade 6 classes at Holy Family School in Thunder Bay, On, Canada We are in!!!
Mrs. Barch’s Grade 6 class is always up for a great challenge! St. Elizabeth School, Thunder Bay, Canada!
Mr. Seigel’s Chemistry classes Middletown High School South Middletown, NJ, USA Sign me up!
Ms. Ferriolo’s Grade 5 Class from Dryden, ON just started collecting! So far we only have 2 but are on a mission to collect a lot more!
Mrs. Ross Grade 5 My grade 5 class will start in Calgary, Alberta! A great environmental and math solution. I am originally from Thunder Bay, so nice to hear my hometown cares!! Thanks for taking the initiative!
Ms. Hyatt’s grade 4 class from Dryden, Ont has joined the challenge!
Mrs. Evershed’s Grade 7 Class from Earnscliffe SPS in Brampton Ontario. We are excited!
Mme Potter’s grade 3 and school eco-kids club at St.Bernard School in Thunder Bay, Ontario have collected, cleaned and repurposed 1427 k-cups so far and still going! This has been such a fun challenge so far!
Ms Rosnow’s Grade 3 class at St Francis School in Thunder Bay, ON has joined! Great initiative!