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Make a plastic bag football

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Make a plastic bag football

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Plastic bag football

These sheets and video give step-by-step instructions to help your pupils make these ‘recycled’ plastic bag footballs - just like thousands of children in African countries. It’s a great activity for Africa Cup of Nations, links well with recycling project and can be used to discuss the uses of waste materials in the UK - plastic bag footballs are also a really fun thing to do with your class!

Sorry but you'll need to download the videos separately as they are too large to include in the bundle

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  1. Lisa Turner:
    Mar 03, 2014 at 02:51 PM

    The children in my class loved making these balls and enjoyed it even more when they got to try them out! A fantastic extra to our lesson.

  2. david chang:
    Jun 05, 2013 at 09:58 AM

    wow

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