101+ Amazing Recycled Craft Ideas

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101+ Amazing Craft Ideas

Do you struggle to do crafty things with your kids? Sometimes it’s hard to find ideas or come up with things to do.  Well, I have rounded up some of the best recycled kid’s craft ideas! You probably already have all the resources you need to make these crafts in your house!

With Earth Day just around the corner, it’s a great time to talk about reducing, reusing, and recycling! Here are some ideas that are fun to make and easy to create! Have a blast crafting while you discuss how we can reduce, reuse, and recycle to help keep our Earth clean!

Newspaper Jelly Fish

newspaper-jellyfish-craft

Marble Maze 

Egg Carton Sea Turtle

Egg Carton Turtles - great recycling craft idea

16 Bottle Cap Crafts

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Toilet Paper Tube Octopus

octopus toilet paper roll craft

Egg Carton Flowers

Egg Carton Flowers

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Loose Parts Robot

55 Toilet Paper Tube Crafts

cars, trucks, trains transportation toilet paper roll crafts

Egg Carton Bee

bee craft for kids using egg carton

Homemade Paper

Making paper with kids - so easy!

Milk Carton Fairy Houses

Make a cool milk carton fairy houses with your kids!

Cardboard Castle

Rocket Ship

Can Creatures

Key Wind Chime

diy key wind chime

Recycled Gardens

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Bottle Bubble Blower

Finger Puppets

Fall Leaf Finger Puppets - CraftsbyAmanda.com

Magazine Paper Beads

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101+ Recycled Crafts for your next rainy day or to celebrate Earth Day!

What are some crafts you like to make out of recycled resources?

 

 

4 Comment

  1. Such an AMAZING list of ideas!!! Thank you for including our magazine beads!!!!

    1. I remember making magazine beads with my sister when we were kids. Such a fun and easy craft 🙂

  2. Cool! I am going to try some of these recycled crafts with my Prekinders! We tried the bubble snake last summer and the kids loved it–some stayed at the water table (containing the bubble solution) for a good 45 mintues, trying to see if they could make a longer snake each time.

    1. I’m excited to try some of these activities with my son. I think he will have fun creating his own loose parts robot! I will have to try out the bubble snake too, he’s a big fan of bubbles.

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