As a child we love crayons so much. We love its color and how it makes our drawing beautiful. Crayons can give life to the drawings no matter how ugly it is. One color of your crayons can make your drawings alive. But when it break and turn into small little crayon and we don’t use it anymore. We think it’s no use and then we buy a new one.
Here’s good news, now It can be recycle.Crayons can be recycle and turn to become new again. In US they collect the broken, unused crayons to send to the National Crayon Recycle Program Facebook page, which recycles old crayons and makes new ones. The recycling program so far has collected more than 81,000 pounds of crayons. They only not accept crayons which are made outside the states due to questions about the ingredients.
This would be a fun, fantastic and worthwhile project for schools where children use crayons in their school work.
This is a good move to make the student become fully aware of their social responsibility. To recycle and reuse their things which they think is of no use to them. They can also share and give to the less fortunate their stuff which they no longer used.