Recycled Crafts for Kids
In this hands-on activity, kids learn what it takes to foster seedlings into full-grown plants, all in a regular old soda bottle!
If you find yourself with a pair of kids' rain boots too cute to toss and too worn to wear, try making this fun and easy planter.
Mix fun with basic math in this fun homemade game of ring toss! Make rings out of paper plates and you're ready to play anytime, anywhere!
Using nothing fancier than old milk cartons and popsicle sticks, create a village full of fun learning for your kindergarten math student.
Feed your birds from kitchen leftovers and give your first grader some excellent scientific practice in identifying our feathered friends.
Help your little builder move up in the world with this recycled cardboard castle that's just the right size for a young king and his loyal stuffed subjects.
Your first grader will love showcasing his favorite pieces of art with his very own personalized magnets created from old bottle caps!
Reuse and recycle your CDs by having your kid turn them into colorful, eye-popping suncatchers.
Kids of all ages will delight in making these jumbo "cupcake" crayons from all of the broken crayon stubs that seem to pile up around the house.
Teenagers will love the look of this retro lamp and the fascinating process of making it.
Recycle your old catalogs and magazines into a recycled necklace, a stunning piece of wearable art.
Your child can re-use and re-purpose old seeds and paper into something new: decorated paper that can be planted!
Making candles from old candles is easy. Recycle old candle stubs to make a "new" candle, and teach your child about recycling at the same time!