Box Play for Kids: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Box Play for Kids

This is the most inventive recycling idea ever! Using stickers (printed on 100% recycled paper, of course) to revamp used paper goods? Genius. Turning toilet paper rolls into a telephone with just a string used to be novel, but just like landlines, it looks like their time is up. With the help of Box Play, you can turn empty paper towel rolls into bowling pins ($8.75), milk cartons into fire trucks ($8.87), and toilet paper rolls into binoculars ($2.50) or bracelets ($9.06). My favorites are the bowling pins. You’ll have to save up to get a full set of 10 (the pack come with three stickers), but in a house with kids, that won’t take too long. The stickers are uncoated, so once applied, your tots could even monogram them or add some cute drawings. Not only will this teach them about recycling, it’ll save you tons of money. I’m sure this has happened to you, you buy a fancy electronic toy and your tot ends up having more fun with the box it came in. At least now that box will look cute! Available on Amazon.

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