Wordless Wednesday: Recycling

Written by NPN_Admin on May 28th, 2014

Edited by Momma Jorje

Activism, Environmentalism, Wordless Wednesday

This week we asked: What does recycling look like?

(Read more about Ecological Responsibility and Love of Nature on our resource page.)

From Zhandra: “Earth Day fashion project at my 4yo’s Fusion Early Learning preschool.”

From Ana: “We like to recycle our old magazines into materials we can use for new art.”

Ana blogs at Panda & Ananaso.

Adora recycled this pillowcase into a tapestry for her wall with paint she made herself.
The paint was edible (not that we at it, but we
could have).

Adora’s AP nanny blogs from And Now, for Something Completely Different.

Jorje’s local Unschooling Co-op offers used shipping and food containers plus tape for free form recycled creations.

Jorje has collected some tires and has begun painting! (See the blue tire?)
She will eventually half-bury a
rainbow of tires to create a crawl-through caterpillar in the yard!

Jorje blogs at Momma Jorje.

Seattle has an annual parade that always has amazing floats, outfits and puppets made from things that would be normally thrown away. This dragon was partially assembled by the crowd at the Folklife Festival.

Shannon found a couple of bags of old crayons at the thrift store and decided to try recycled crayons.
Moira had fun sorting colors out.

Shannon blogs at Pineapples & Artichokes.

Tell us: What does recycling look like in your family?

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