Sea Life Cartonboard Cut Out for Kids

Bring your old Easter egg box to life with these Easter-themed templates

Easter Eggstravaganza Cartonboard Cut Out

Bring your old cereal box to life with this Easter Bunny Box Template

Easter Bunny Cartonboard Cut Out

Bring your old cereal box to “Sea” life

Sea Life Cartonboard Cut Out

Bring your old cereal box to life with the Carton Campaigners: Ronnie Replace, Ryan Reuse, Ricki Recycle, Renee Renew and Rhianna Reduce.

Carton Campaigners Cartonboard Cut Out

Answer the multiplication challenges and colour the shapes in the correct colour

Colouring Worksheet – Carton Campaigner, Renee Renew

Pro Carton launched its home-schooling initiative, EduCarton, at a time when schools across Europe were closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

EduCarton is an initiative designed to assist parents and carers of young children to teach them about the environment and the sustainable benefits of cartonboard through a series of fun activities and resources.

All materials here are FREE to download.  Take a look below – and Enjoy!

Find out who the 5 Superhero Carton Campaigners are (click below to see):

In 2023 Recycle Week will celebrate its 20th year!  This flagship annual event celebrates recycling across the nations.  Ricki Recycle, Ryan Reuse and Ronnie Replace support Recycle Week!


Look out for upcoming quizzes about trees, the environment and cartons.

Watch Rhianna Reduce compete in FIFA World Cup November 2022

Global Recycling Day takes place each year on 18th March.  It was created in 2018 to help recognise, and celebrate, the importance recycling plays in preserving our precious primary resources and securing the future of our planet. It is a day for the world to come together and put the planet first.

Do you know what % of paper and cartonboard packaging is recycled?


You can find even more fun paper-based activities to enjoy on the Love Paper website

Love is in the air!


On Global Recycling Day, Ricki Recycle launched his solo video debut:  “Boosting recycling rates – through an increase in the recyclability of packaging materials and improved recycling services for both consumers and businesses – is a solution!”

Join The Carton Campaigners as they try to move the date of “Earth Overshoot Day” with your help.

Teaching “TICCIT” at Home

TICCIT at Home is a progamme aimed at children aged between 7 and 11.

It teaches them about trees, recycling, paper and cartons.  The programme shows them how to plant a tree sapling (or a cutting or seeds) inside a carton and then out into the ground.

FREE support materials are available to download and print at home so that you can teach your child at home.  Click the TICCIT at Home image to access the resources.