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Eco Art! 9 Projects That Use Recycled Materials

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Don't just do art, and don't just be eco-friendly ... do both! Make recycling fun with these nine art projects.

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Kitchen Compost Pail

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Re-purpose a tin can into a pretty compost bucket for your family's kitchen counter and learn about the science and fun of recycling and renewing objects.

Recycled Sunglasses

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Instead of buying new sunglasses this summer, why not use recycled materials to make some of your own?

Build a Recycled Box City

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Who says you have to buy your toys at the toy store? In this activity, you can plan and build a pretend play city entirely out of recycled materials.

'Green' Up That Lunchbox

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Create a one-of-a-kind lunchbox with your second grader using recycled materials and some down home ingenuity!

Plastic Bottle Dolls

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Recycle bottles of different shapes and sizes to create a group of unique dolls that are as unique as the real people around you!

Create a Recyclable Creature

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Help your child use recycled materials, a little imagination and some writing skills to build his very own recycled creature.

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Homemade Bird Bath

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Looking for something to do with all those plastic 2-liter bottles that seem to accumulate endlessly? Turn them into a unique mini birdbath.

Recycling Rules

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Help your child learn how to protect the environment by creating a useful reference for the family with this recycling poster.

Recycled Plastic Bag Basket

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2nd graders with some weaving experience can turn a gallon milk jug and plastic grocery bags into a functional basket.

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