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Third Grade Recycled Crafts Activities

Third Grade Recycled Crafts activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy third grade recycled crafts activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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Looking for something to do on a slow afternoon? Try cornhole, a simple and fun tossing game. Make your own set with a few things from the recycling bin.
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Recycled Crafts
Help your child craft her first pair of knitting needles out of recycled chopsticks!
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Recycled Crafts
Have your kid create DIY abstract art Easter decorations worthy of a spot at the Smithsonian!
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Hand your child create a project that combines the beauty of Japanese cherry blossoms with the eco-friendly fun of a recycled craft.
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Brighten up the life lessons with a colorful and fun reward jar!
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No need to head to the toy store for her next stuffed animal once she has the skills to create her own!
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Put old, worn-out picture books to work by constructing a book birdhouse, perfect for welcoming spring.
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If you're trying to teach your child about waste and its impact on the environment, why not repurpose a plastic milk jug and make your own sandwich container?
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Save up your paper rolls to help your child create an upcycled craft that looks just like iron work!
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Recycled Crafts
There's no better way to show mom you love her than with the tried and true breakfast in bed routine. Make whole wheat waffles along with a vase just for mom.
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Your child will have a blast making art on a mini-canvas using rolls of washi tape. The finished product is lovely piece of art to hang on the wall.
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Recycled Crafts
Check out these nine great project ideas you can make at home. They're sure to be fun for everyone!
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Recycled Crafts
Bend, twist, squish and press a paper bag into a tree! Once it's finished, your child's Halloween tree will look like it came right out of a scary fairy tale.
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This Halloween, have your child create a ghoulish bat treat keeper. While crafting he'll learn the basic components of sculpture.
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Outfit a pair of dark sunglasses with sneaky mirrors for eyes in the back of your head.
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