26 Oct 2022 | 3 min Read
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Plastic bottles don’t need to end up in the trash. Here are the best plastic bottle craft ideas for kids of all ages. They are very simple and also help reduce the impact on the environment caused by the disposal of plastic. Read on for some amazing crafts for kids.
This is one of the spookiest plastic bottle craft ideas and is super easy too. All you need are some empty milk jugs, rocks, a pencil, some decorative mini lights, a knife and a sharpie marker.
Just get some paint and cut the bottle and invert it. Give your little one some paint colours or any other DIY stickers and cute little bottle planters will be ready.
When it comes to interesting crafts for kids, how can the super adorable penguins be left out? This DIY recycled bottle activity lets your kids create them with a few basic art supplies paired with a recycled bottle and some cotton balls.
Make your child learn the importance and joy of contributing to nature by making chirp-worthy plastic bottle bird feeders. All you need is an empty plastic bottle and a cut on it for the bird to feed.
Little boys will love this. Let your child’s imagination come into play with this jet pack. All you need is two plastic bottles of the same size. Then do some spray painting into them and attach flames made out of paper on either side.
This craft for kids only requires some paint and the bottom of the bottle. Add some colourful paint to the bottom of a bottle to let your toddler make the perfect flower power stencil.
Reuse the plastic bottles with some crafts for kids to turn them into bowling bottles / Image Credit – Kidspot
Just paint or stick some stickers into the empty plastic bottles and you have your eco-friendly bowling game ready. This creative game can turn into a favourite family pastime.
These plastic bottle crafts ideas for kids can help them learn more about recycling plastic in fun ways. Plus, instead of discarding plastic bottles, new items such as a planter, bird feeder, or games can be made which will allow the child’s creativity to blossom.
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