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  • Ashley Gott

    make the world in a pop bottle! use 2 liter bottles and stuff you can find in the woods. ours is still working a month later! - i remember doing this in elementary school!

  • L G

    * Soda Bottle Terrarium - mamascout: make a world in a pop bottle

  • Christine Fetterly

    Kids Science / make a world in a pop bottle

  • Monica W

    mini eco system in a bottle

  • Anna Meyer

    make the world in a pop bottle! use 2 liter bottles and stuff you can find in the woods. ANOTHER PERFECT CAMPING CRAFT! :)

  • Natalie Poulson

    Pop bottle ecosystem

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