Trash to Treasure, a great resource for Earth Day, features unique ideas, fun and engaging mini-lessons as well as cute and easy to construct crafts all made from recycled or common, everyday items. Discover how to take old discarded materials and make them into new, useful, inexpensive products or tools for your classroom.
Find out more than 14 ways to use milk lids for math. Did you know that you can practice math facts using clear plastic containers? Learn how to take two plastic plates and turn them into angle makers. How about using two plastic beverage lids to make card holders for kindergartner s or for those whose hands are disabled? Discover ten ways to use carpet squares as well as nine ways to use old calendars. How about playing hop scotch on old carpet squares? Were you aware that butter tubs can become an indoor recess game to practice addition or multiplication facts? These are just a few of the fun and exciting activities that use recycled items found in this 34 page handout entitled Trash to Treasure.
Because these numerous activities vary in difficulty and complexity, they are appropriate for any primary classroom, and the visual and/or kinesthetic learners will love them.
You might like to look at the eight page free resource before purchasing the 34 page version.
Trash to Treasure – FREE Activities and Lessons Using Recycled Items