Bottle Piggy Bank: Waste Material Craft Activity

Inculcating the habit of reuse and recycle helps your child go green from an early age. How about getting him/her to learn about it the fun way? Oh, you can also teach your little one about the value of money! Make a bottle piggy bank by reusing a water bottle, chart paper, and eraser. While doing this activity, your child’s fine motor and creative skills are engaged, besides gaining confidence as he/she begins to use the piggy bank.

How this bottle piggy bank activity will help your child:

  • Enhance your child’s creativity and fine motor
  • Teach your child to save money
  • Keep your child away from the TV and smartphone

Materials You’ll Need:
  1. Water bottle
  2. Pieces of eraser – 4
  3. Chart
  4. Glue
  5. Pencil
  6. A pair of scissors
  7. Cutter
  8. Coins

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Instructions for Bottle Piggy Bank Activity:
  1. On a chart, draw a pair of piggy’s ears.
  2. Cut the outlines and shade them.
  3. Cut a smaller piece of chart to wrap the body of a water bottle.
  4. Stick the ears to the bottle.
  5. Glue 4 pieces of eraser to the bottle for legs.
  6. Cut the chart paper to the size of the bottle cap for the face. Draw a pair of eyes.
  7. Glue the face to the cap.
  8. Using a cutter, make a slit for the piggy bank.
The piggy bank is ready!
Did your child have fun creating a piggy bank! Share your views in the comment section below.
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