milk carton igloo

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    Cole Renckly and Alex Fullhart enjoy the new reading space in Mrs. Grant’s kindergarten class at Brooks School Elementary. Students have been collecting empty milk jugs to construct an igloo for a “cool” and cozy reading place. Mrs. Grant emphasizes the importance of reusing materials.

    aubstal, summerdudu2009, l.tsue, and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. justfortheluvofit 43 months ago | reply

      I just saw this on a blog. Its genius!

    2. kenkade123 38 months ago | reply

      how did you make it to stay?

    3. KMOM14 34 months ago | reply

      This is awesome. I am going to blog this. Thanks for sharing this with us:)

    4. susancnw 28 months ago | reply

      How I wish the internet/pinterest had been around when my kids were little...of course, my boys would have insisted on leaving openings for 'firing holes' for their toy/stick guns.

    5. Bethannunny1 28 months ago | reply

      Neat idea. I have been collecting milk jugs till I have enough to cover my grandkids sand box outside so they are out of the sun when they play. I figure if I filled the bottom row with a bit of water in each one would hold them down pretty well. I was wondering how you made them stay together? Glue, string??? Please let me know.

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