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Sunday, 1 July 2012
Ubiquitous Plastic Bags!
Plastic bags, plastic bags, everywhere! There are so many of them around us that we have to find a way of making them into functional entities. So I embarked on a fact-finding venture, in search of ways to use them in the classroom. These are what I found!
PLASTIC BAG FLOWERS
FUSING PLASTIC BAGS
PLASTIC BAG RUG
PLASTIC BAG HOLDERS
PLASTIC BAG KITES
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