South Africa
We dont just save water on paper
Posted by Phumelelani Primary, South Africa on 28 October 2015
Post related to Thirsty paper, Secret Water
Crafts made from recyclables
Crafts made from recyclables

After learning about the water wasteful and polluting process of paper making, the Phumi Rain Catchers are now using paper at school sparingly making sure that Mrs Valakhazi in the office prints on both sides of the paper and that everyone uses the top line in each exercise book. As part of their Eco-Schools Resource Use theme, Technology student designed these paper mache products like hats, pencil boxes and pot plant holders from recycled paper. When I arrived at school today, these eye catching paper mache art products were beautifully displayed in the foyer. WOW. You truly are a talented bunch, making the shabby look chic!!




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