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  • Jaica Thomas

    Your students will think that these penguin projects are "COOL!" Use water bottles, cotton balls, wiggly eyes, and construction paper to create these cute winter penguins. Using a strong glue, you could glue them to a bulletin board display and create a 3D winter display for your classroom.

  • Amanda Mrozek

    Penguins made out of water bottles. Tons of ideas for waterbottles!

  • Lucy Alvarez-Penaloza

    Recycling project! Penguins made out of water bottles.

  • Wendy Biehl Elliott

    These adorable water bottle penguins are a fun winter craft for kids. We love projects made from recyclables! Hey Sam, you'll need to start collecting these craft ideas when you start teaching! :-)

  • Trish Triplett

    water bottle penguin, great kid craft

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