TICCIT (pronounced tick-it) is an educational programme all about trees, sustainability and the environment. TICCIT stands for Trees Into Cartons, Cartons Into Trees. The TICCIT Programme has been taught in schools around the globe for over 10 years with great success – over 100,000 children have taken part so far.
TICCIT at Home is aimed primarily at children aged between 7 and 11. It teaches them about trees, recycling and paper and then shows them how to plant a tree sapling (or a cutting or seeds) inside a recycled carton and then out into the ground.
When you teach TICCIT at Home, you learn alongside your child, aided by a set of FREE online support materials. When you are done the teaching part you get to roll up your sleeves, get creative, get outside and get planting!
The TICCIT at Home support materials available to download or print here are:
- Complete Programme Guide – Read this comprehensive Guide before you begin.
- PowerPoint Presentation Slides – Presentation with pictures and notes to go through alongside your child
- TICCIT at Home Poster template – A colour-in poster
If you have questions or need guidance, we have a dedicated email support line for you to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org