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Revision as of 14:32, 30 October 2019

Author avatarRomeoplat | Last edit 9/12/2019 by Clementflipo

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creating a trash ball from both non and bio degradable trash collecting during training.
Difficulty
Very easy
Duration
10 minute(s)
Categories
Play & Hobbies, Recycling & Upcycling
Cost
2 USD ($)
Other languages:
English

Introduction

use the available trash to create a trash ball, its is relative to the size or amount of the trash.

Materials

  • paper (trash)
  • polythene
  • masking tape
  • dark tape

Tools

hands (hands on)

Step 1 - collecting the trash

  • gather trash around remains of training soft materials


Step 2 - select trash

  • sorting between hard and soft trash



Step 3 - rolling

  • roll soft trash together in a ball shape



Step 4 - masking

  • use the masking tape to keep the ball in shape
  • roll the masking tape around the ball to make it firm


Step 5 - Ready

  • the ball is ready for use,



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