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We had a lot of string left over from previous programs. We also had rolls of yarn, ribbons, scraps of fabric and even lanyards. Children at Queens Library at Broadway used thin cardboard saved...
Did you know plastic bottles can be found polluting our beaches? In fact, they are the main source of pollution on beaches. You can recycle your plastic bottle or use it in an art project. Teens...
On a rainy day, toddlers at Queens Library at Broadway listened to "Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain" by Verna Aardema. Using lanyards and some foam animals, they then created animal...
Children at Queens Library at Steinway created lollipops using scrap paper, popsicle sticks, pompom balls, stamps and stickers. Materials used were left over from previous craft programs.
 How to Make Coasters Out of CDs
Kids at Queens Library at Astoria made coasters by upcycling discarded CDs and decorating them with paper scraps and foam shapes. What do you think of our final project? For more activities like...