Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Use Resources Wisely
Our first activity was to reuse the empty toilet paper rolls to make seedling planters. The girls came to the meeting with toilet paper rolls and a shoe box to carry their project home. This activity took longer than expected, so we didn't get to the other activity today.
First cut the paper rolls in half.
Cut four slits in the bottom, and fold like a box. See TUTORIAL below...
Fill each with soil.
Label each planter and cover a few seeds with soil in each.
Once the seedlings sprout, the cardboard planter can be planted in the ground whole.
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TUTORIAL for TOILET PAPER ROLL PLANTERS
|1. Start with empty toilet paper rolls.|
|2. Cut each roll in half.|
|3. Cut four slits across from each other on one side,|
|4. Fold the four slits down, like you are folding a box.|
|5. Press flat to form bottom of planter.|
|6. Fill with soil. Label.|
|7. Bury a few seeds into each planter.|