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Children’s Fun Center and Recycling Activities 2020-03-23T09:26:45-05:00

¬†Children’s Fun Center and Recycling Activities

An Environment for Children to Learn How to Help Save the Environment

  • Childrens recycling activities

We love children! Our drivers are encouraged to interact with children when they get a chance and it is always great to hear from our customers that the trash pickup is the highlight of the week for their children. Our desire is to continue fostering these relationships and to help children learn the importance of proper waste management and the value of recycling. The Children’s Fun Center is our part of this effort as we provide a fun and educational space for children.


Download and Print our coloring book for some fun coloring and other activities. If you want to have your coloring page featured in our Coloring Hall of Fame send a good photo of your best work to and include your child’s first name.Nisly brothers coloring book

Click On the Image Above to Download the Coloring Book

Don’t forget to recycle your paper when you are finished coloring

Coloring Hall of Fame

  • Recycling activity for children coloring page 1st place
  • Recycling coloring page and activities 2nd place
  • Recycling coloring page most realistic 2019



Build Your Very Own Boat

Plastic bottles are basically BUILT for making boats. The smallest modification turns almost any plastic bottle into the perfect sea faring vessel. This craft idea came from a website call Handy With Scissors


  • Plastic bottles of various sizes (needs to be flat on one side)
  • Lids (matching or otherwise)
  • Sticky contact or Waterproof decorations + hot glue
  • Wooden sticks/dowel

To Make A Boat:

  1. Using a blade or scissors, remove one side of the bottle (definitely an adult job).
  2. Decorate with colored contact cut into shapes or stick on some waterproof decorations using hot glue. I added some extra details to mine with permanent marker but this is optional.
  3. Make sure you have a lid on your bottle so the water doesn’t get in and sink your boat. We had some blingin’ gold lids floating about so glued these in place of the original lids.
  4. To erect the mast, stick some dowel into a small lid and fill it with hot glue. When dry, glue the lid to the inside base of the boat. For the mast itself, we attached a big plastic lid and a random sheet of textured plastic we found lying around. It doesn’t really matter what you use here but something plastic and flat is ideal. Finn decided his was a speedboat and so didnt require a mast at all!

When you are happy with your designs, get sailing!! These boats are amazingly sturdy and can hold small toy passengers too!

Do You Want Your Craft Featured on Facebook?

Email a picture of your finished craft project to and we may choose to feature it on Facebook.