All New Crafts for Earth Day by Kathy Ross

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Glue the turtle to the twist tie. You could also use this turtle as a pin or magnet. Another idea! Draw a picture of a tree and glue puzzle pieces on the branches for leaves. Choose orange, red, and brown pieces for a fall tree and dark green pieces for a summer tree. Use light green pieces and maybe some pieces with small flowers to make a spring tree. 47 About the Author and Artist Thirty years as a teacher and director of nursery school programs have given Kathy Ross extensive experience in guiding young children through craft projects.

Place the fish in water to see that it floats well. Make small adjustments to the shape to make the fish float well and in an upright position. Use the black marker to add eyes and fins to the fish. 38 Make a second fish. Find a friend and race the fish in water. A bathtub, baby bathtub, or child’s pool would work well for this race. To move the fish, blow at the fish through the straw. Another idea! Snip scraps of discarded aluminum foil into tiny pieces to make glitter for craft projects. Store your homemade glitter in a jar with a lid.

Spray the newspaper lightly with the water. Starting at the bottom of the newspaper, roll the paper in as tight a roll as you can. The more logs you make the better you will get at this. Spray a second sheet and roll it around the first sheet. Continue doing this until you are happy with the size of the log. The thicker the log the longer it will burn. 36 When you have a good-sized roll of newspapers, tie string around both ends of the log to secure it. Put the log in a warm, dry place to dry. If possible, leave it out in the sun.

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