Punch a hole in the lid of a plastic jar and string a ribbon through it. Knot it on both sides of the lid. Great storage containers for kids' toys and they like the handles for carrying things around. This is perfect for G!!

Quick and easy way to recycle icing containers into classroom storage containers!

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Jars made from spaghetti sauce jars--spray paint lid and add knob. What a neat up-cycle

Gotta start saving those water bottle lids!! Great idea for a math center!

Use masking tape and hole punch a ziplock bag into student folders to hold library books and flash cards!

Use spray paint and a pretty polka dot label- great storage idea for small toys.

AWESOME! Crayon carry-case. And it fits great in a bag for traveling. No more cheap boxes falling apart.

Suncatcher craft for kids made from glue, food coloring, and recycled plastic lids BABBLE DABBLE DO

Adorable - take a picture of a loved one with their arms stretched as shown, and then punch two holes top and bottom of the fist. When you thread the lolly through, it'll look like they're holding i! :)

art bucket- or change a few things and put into ABC center, or Writing center

Recycling containers with crochet

Cute way to patch a hole in jeans

Parmesan Cheese Lids fit on Mason Jars - the options with this are endless!!! Baking Soda, Flour, powdered sugar,etc, I need to remember this!

painted animal jar lids

Cute little kitchen stove made from an old side table.

Organize: tic-tac containers for ribbons + trims

Here’s a really cute idea. Frame quote bubbles, use a dry erase marker to write funny things your kids say. When you are ready to switch the quotes, have the child take a picture with their quote and make a photo book of quotes.

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