March 7, 2017

All New Crafts for Earth Day by Kathy Ross

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31 Don’t let Dad toss out those outdated neckties! Necktie Bird Puppet Here is what you need: two wiggle eyes scissors orange pipe cleaner orange felt scrap white craft glue old necktie craft feathers Here is what you do: Cut a 31/2-inch (9-cm) piece from the small end of the necktie for the body of the bird. Make sure there is no stitching interfering with slipping your finger inside the tie. If there is, snip the stitches. If the seam of the tie comes apart, secure it with glue. Snip two small holes through each side of the center portion of the back layer of the tie.

Foil Fish Race Here is what you need: black permanent marker aluminum foil two straws Here is what you do: Squeeze a square of aluminum foil into the shape of a fish. Start by squeezing the foil into a ball, then pinching one end to form the tail. 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.

5- by 9-cm) rectangles from the flat sides of the plastic milk jug. Hold the two rectangles together and use the hole punch to punch holes around the edges of three sides so that the pieces can be laced together. Lace the two pieces together using the thin ribbon, yarn, or string, tying the ends on each side to secure them. 28 paper Cut a piece of paper to fit in the open end of the plastic. Use the marker to write your name, address, and phone number on the paper. Be sure to check with a grown-up to see what information will be all right for you to use.

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