Make A Ship From A Recycled Milk Carton

Betty Bose Uncategorized

We all have lots of half gallon cardboard milk or juice cartons that we throw away every week.  Our contest winner,  six year old Evan from Columbia, Missouri, created this fun craft with his older sister and likes to read and play chess, as well as make craft projects at school, especially of the literary nature (such as picture books, storyboards, etc). The kids will have fun recycling thee cartons into a flotilla of boats that can be used to hold odds and ends like paper clips or push pins. I’m sure they will think of even more uses, including just playing with them with their friends.

Trivia: Did you know that ships have to be big enough to carry boats, and boats have to be small enough to be carried by ships. There are some exceptions like submarines and some commercial fishing vessels.

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