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Stash your trash! Your car's back seat can be neat when kids decorate a milk carton to catch the clutter.
Are there always wrappers, napkins, and straw papers strewn about in your car? Make a Car Cleanup Catcher and keep your back seat free of clutter! Choose a creative theme for your trash container. You might make a hippo with its mouth wide open, a basketball basket, or decorate your catcher with bright colors.
Open the top of a clean, dry half-gallon paper milk or juice carton. With Crayola® Scissors, cut construction paper to cover the carton. Attach it to the carton with Crayola School Glue. Dry.
To make a hungry monster, your could write FEED ME around the top of the catcher with Crayola Twistables. Design a friendly monster face on the front, with hairy arms reaching up on the sides. Cut a jagged edge along the paper at the opening for its teeth.
Punch two holes in the top of the carton. Loop yarn through the holes and tie so the cleanup catcher can hang in the car.
Feed the Car Cleanup Catcher your trash whenever you ride in the car. Empty it often so your monster doesn't get a tummy ache!
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