There are lots of methods to teach children recycling, almost like a playtime.
A good way to do it is doing crafts with used materials, for example:
1.Using old socks for made horses and snakes. It’s easy: full the socks with parts of newspapers or useless fabrics.After, we can paint a face on it with a marking pen, and cut out the eyes and mouth with cardboard and paste later.
2.Another original option, make a Pringles Kaleidoscope with a few simple materials. Kaleidoscopes have fascinated kids over the years and will continue to provide hours of fascination.
With a craft knife, cut three 2-1/2″ wide panels out of the 12×12″ sheet of chipboard (the panels should be as tall as your potato chip canister, since not all canisters are the same height you will need to measure). Using a glue stick, glue pieces of mirror paper (slightly larger than the chipboard) onto each of the three panels. Trim the excess mirror paper from the edges.
Tape the three panels together on the chipboard side. Now fold the panels, so that the mirror paper faces inward, and tape the edge.
Poke a hole in the metal end of the potato chip canister with an awl or other sharp tool, like a Kemper Needle Tool. Insert needle nose pliers into the hole to enlarge it to around 1/4″ in diameter. Place the mirror assembly into the canister.
Use glass markers to color the inside of the cap.
Decorate the canister with holographic self-adhesive paper.
If you have extra caps you can add small beads, yarn or string and tape caps together instead of painting. (You will need beads, string, yarn and other small objects, etc.) View picture from Step 4 for an example of how it looks.
You can punch out shapes with a punch, if desired (before the backing is peeled away) for extra accents. View picture from Step 5 and see blue kaleidoscope for example.
We have to remember that children reproduce everything adults do, so we have to bring them example.
For this reason in Furniture Ros we like to show our customers recycling the products that they bought on our shop. For example theconvertible crib, that lasts up to 18 years old.
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