A recycle!

flavaria By flavaria, 18th Jul 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1z8pu-93/
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On May 17 was World Recycling Day. It caught us a bit far, but never too late to teach our children to recycle and educate them from young to follow this example throughout his life. But, as sometimes, the obligations are not fun, we suggest in this post a series of crafts and games so that ye may teach your children to recycle while they have fun

Recycle day

1. With crates or cardboard, which have come from the supermarket or shoe boxes can be built labyrinthine circuits or small houses to play. You can paint with wax, watercolor, cut and paste photos and drawings, in short, the children's imagination is boundless.

2. Children can drawing with the four types of containers. Then the paste clippings and tiles in the kitchen. Around each one of them, children can glue the objects, which have previously drawn, colored and cut, and belonging to each container: an old newspaper in the blue, a glass jar in the green, a carton of milk yellow or scraped from a fish in the Naranaja. Remember daddies!:

BLUE CONTAINER: paper and cardboard.

GREEN CONTAINER: Glass.

Yellow bin: plastic, cans and cartons.

CONTAINER ORANGE: organic waste.

3. You can also make a rain stick with a plastic bottle filled with pebbles. We can paint it later so as not to look inside.

4. Two containers of yogurt also filled with pebbles stuck with two other top fantactic can become marked.

5. Plastic bottles can make a game of bowling. To do this, need several bottles all the same, the same size, shape and dimensions. And to make the ball you can use paper to wrap sandwiches silver.

These are just some ideas. But always good to remember that our children aware of the serious problems they are facing the environment and everything we do, however small it may seem, it is always helpful.

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author avatar Ramalingam
18th Jul 2012 (#)

very useful and imaginative ideas.Thanks.

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