recycled bowling

we're playing games with plastic bottles.

recycled bowling

we're playing games with plastic bottles.

recycled bowling

we're playing games with plastic bottles.

so, a couple of days ago we asked the kids in the camp to paint and decorate some empty bottles, and today we used these same bottles to organise a bowling activity, which we hosted in both camps, and then again with our upstairs neighbours, and again with our neighbours across the road, so as many kids as possible could have a chance to play. As you can imagine, the kids loved it, and even started building with the bottles too – imaginative play at its finest.

Afterwards, we visited a few small families with young kids and gave away the bottles so that they could keep them and have their own bowling competitions or building activities at home. So whether they were the painters, the bowlers or the ones who got to keep them, a huge number of kids in the community were able to participate and benefit from the plastic bottles in one way or another. Hopefully, by using recycled materials, this will inspire kids to continue to find new and creative ways to use accessible objects from their own households, because at the end of the day, it shouldn’t cost anything to have fun.

so, a couple of days ago we asked the kids in the camp to paint and decorate some empty bottles, and today we used these same bottles to organise a bowling activity, which we hosted in both camps, and then again with our upstairs neighbours, and again with our neighbours across the road, so as many kids as possible could have a chance to play. As you can imagine, the kids loved it, and even started building with the bottles too – imaginative play at its finest.

Afterwards, we visited a few small families with young kids and gave away the bottles so that they could keep them and have their own bowling competitions or building activities at home. So whether they were the painters, the bowlers or the ones who got to keep them, a huge number of kids in the community were able to participate and benefit from the plastic bottles in one way or another. Hopefully, by using recycled materials, this will inspire kids to continue to find new and creative ways to use accessible objects from their own households, because at the end of the day, it shouldn’t cost anything to have fun.