Girl Scout Troop 7212 on reusing

Using a baby food jar to organize hardware is an example of reusing.

Note: Randall Girl Scout Troop 7212 has developed some informative articles about improving the environment for their Bronze Award. We are going to publish them over the next few days and may have some more in the future.  This second in the series is about reusing. — DH

In our Girl Scout Troop, 7212 we are learning about reduce, reuse, and recycle for the Bronze Award.

We learned about reusing:

  • Use plastic bags for cleaning up after your pets.
  • Use old material to make new ones.
  • Donate clothing or house hold items.
  • Try to repair broker items instead of buying new ones.
  • Hand-me-downs.
  • Grocery bags for book covers.
  • Make home made products and reuse glass jars.
  • Use baby jars for organizing offices or garage.
  • Reuse orange bags for cleaning pots and pans instead of steel wool.
  • Wash and reuse plastic ware if possible.
  • Hair- Locks of Love.
  • Paper clips.
  • Rubber bands.
  • Wrapping paper /gift bag.
  • Seashells.
  • Buttons or beans for makers.

Ashley and Danielle


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