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14 Bird Feeder Projects For Kids – Easy Recycled Crafts

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14 recycled bird feeder projects for kids to make to teach them about zero waste and feed our feathered friends in the winter months. 

Easy Recycled Crafts Birdfeeder Projects

Easy Recycled Crafts

My kids make DIY recycled bird feeders every winter and hang them all around our back yard. 

Feeding the birds in the winter can help them because naturally their food sources are limited in the colder months. 

Making easy recycled crafts is a great way to get kids involved in nature and teach them about environmentally friendly projects. 

All winter long your kids can watch colorful birds come to feed on their homemade bird feeder. 

How To Make Bird Feeder With Waste Material

The best part about making homemade bird feeders is that you can make them with things you already have at home.

It is an especially good lesson to use recycled items to teach your kids how to repurpose things for zero waste. 

What Can You Use To Make Bird Feeders?

Here are some recycled items that you can use to make your bird feeder project:

  • milk jugs
  • milk cartons
  • popsicle sticks
  • orange peels
  • pine cones
  • toilet paper roll
  • seashells
  • apples
  • teacup
  • pipe cleaners
  • old water bottle

The possibilities are endless!

Now check out these DIY bird feeder projects for kids that use waste material.

Making easy recycled crafts with kids is a great way to teach them about how to be friendly to the environment!

14 Bird Feeder Projects For Kids

These DIY bird feeders are a great lesson for kids to learn about zero waste.

It teaches them to take something like trash or food waste and turn it into something new and useful.

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Let me know in the comments what bird feeder project you decide to make with your kids.

If you have any suggestions for more fun and easy recycled crafts for kids I would love to hear about it in the comments!

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