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Amazing Recycled Projects You Can Create
Amazing Recycled Projects You Can Create
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Edge Books

Amazing Recycled Projects You Can Create

Why throw out tin cans, plastic bottles, and other materials when you can make something cool with them instead? Creative readers will love making awesome projects such as tin can robots, alien masks, rubber band cars, and much more. Easy step-by-step instructions will have young builders creating amazing recycled projects in no time!

GenreProcedural Text
Reading LevelGrades 3-4
Interest LevelGrades 3-9
Lexile Level810L
Text TypeProcedural Text
Text SubtypeSequence
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandEdge Books
Page Dimensions7" x 9"
Page Count32
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $30.65 School/Library Price

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SLJ, "Read It, Make It: Low-Tech Maker Projects and Titles | Nonfiction Notions" - Jennifer Wharton

"...offers good examples of simple, easy projects, ranging from soda tab bracelets and rubber band cars to marshmallow catapults. All of these can be created with a few inexpensive materials and most require nothing more advanced than a little hot glue or an iron for a few minutes. Once you’ve put out some recycled materials and made a great display of these books, watch kids get pulled into the making fever." - SLJ, "Read It, Make It: Low-Tech Maker Projects and Titles | Nonfiction Notions"

March 14, 2016

Marne Ventura

Marne Ventura

Marne Ventura is the author of many books for kids, both fiction and nonfiction. She enjoys writing about science, technology, engineering and math, arts and crafts, and the lives of creative people. A former elementary school teacher, Marne holds a master’s degree in education from the University of California. She and her husband live on the central coast of California.

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