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Bag It: Recycling Plastic Bag
A lowly plastic grocery sack may not seem like a versatile tool for the classroom, but don't overlook all the uses for this free and easy-to-find item. Start with these ideas, then build on your own brainstorms:
Wrap sacks around toilet paper tubes or paint rollers. Roll over wet paint-covered paper to create textures.
Inflate and tie shut, then cover with paper mache for pinatas or replicas of globes or the solar system.
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