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What Can You do with a Jelly Jar: A Coloring Activity on Reuse for Kids

Space creatures might think the idea of reusing containers is an alien concept, but here on Earth, it’s easy to keep an old jar out of the trash and give it new life. EPA's What What on Earth Can You Do with an Old Jelly Jar poster gives tips to keep a jar in use and out of orbit. The Planet Protectors Create Less Waste in the First place coloring book can help you discover more ways to reuse your jelly jar.  

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