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Recycled Art Projects Gallery

Go green and get creative! This gallery is full of fun ways to reuse old newspapers and magazines, egg cartons, milk jugs, fabric scraps, soda cans, ice cream sticks, and more for new art projects. These art activities are perfect for Earth Day and other holidays, and they'll show elementary and intermediate students how common items can be reused and recycled. You'll find the perfect activity to celebrate America Recycles Day (November 15). To learn more about reusing materials and reducing waste, read Green Classroom Practices That Save Money.
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Create these unique "monster" recycling bins with your class that will not only help save the Earth, but make the whole process a lot more fun. Students use recyclable materials to build and decorate individual boxes.
Students follow these instructions to create recycled paper.
Children will enjoy this art project, which teaches about recycling. This activity would align well with a America Recycles Day (November 15) and Earth Day (April 22) curriculum.
Follow these instructions to build simple birdhouses out of recycled materials.
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Your students will thoroughly enjoy creating egg carton critters as an extension activity to the wonderful book, James and the Giant Peach.

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