Kids are on a mission to save the Earth! Recycle and Remake is the hands-on, practical guide you need to get started.
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Kids are on a mission to save the Earth! Recycle and Remake is the hands-on, practical guide you need to get started. This gentle, but empowering book is full of creative making activities, information, and ideas that give young eco-warriors (like you!) the know-how to really help the environment. With Recycle and Remake, you will soon be saving trees by making your own seeded recycled paper from junk mail, cleaning up the oceans by turning old carrier bags into kites, friendship bracelets, and colourful weaved baskets, and repurposing a cardboard box into a periscope. You'll also learn about sustainable energies by creating a simple solar oven, cutting down on cling-film by making a food wrap from scrap cotton and beeswax, and turning an old t-shirt into a reusable tote bag so you never need to buy a plastic carrier bag again. You can even grow new plants to clean the air in your own up-cycled milk bottle planters and using homemade compost. As you make and create, you will learn kid-friendly facts about the big issues our planet is facing. Each of the activities directly relates to an environmental hot topic, such as plastic pollution, food waste, or deforestation. Budding environmentalists all over the world are feeling inspired to do their bit for our unique planet. This future-friendly ebook is here to guide you with all the information, ideas, tips, and tools you need to be part of the solution.
Kids are on a mission to save the Earth! Recycle and Remake is the hands-on, practical guide they need to get started. This gentle, but empowering book is full of creative making activities, information, and ideas that give young eco-warriors the know-how to really help the environment. With Recycle and Remake, kids will soon be saving trees by making their own seeded recycled paper from junk mail, cleaning up the oceans by turning old shopping bags into kites, friendship bracelets, and colorful woven baskets, and repurposing a cardboard box into a periscope. They'll also learn about sustainable energies by creating a simple solar oven, cutting down on plastic wrap by making a food wrap from scrap cotton and beeswax, and turning an old tee shirt into a reusable tote bag. They can even grow new plants to clean the air in their own upcycled milk bottle planters and using homemade compost. As kids make and create, they will learn kid-friendly facts about the big issues our planet is facing. Each of the activities directly relates to an environmental hot topic, such as plastic pollution, food waste, or deforestation. Budding environmentalists all over the world are feeling inspired to do their part for our amazing planet. This future-friendly book is here to guide them with all the information, ideas, tips, and tools they need to be part of the solution.
In Remake Television: Reboot, Re-use, Recycle, edited by Carlen Lavigne, contributors from a variety of backgrounds offer multicultural, multidisciplinary perspectives on remake themes in popular television series, from classic cult ...
Author: Carlen Lavigne
Publisher: Lexington Books
Category: Social Science
Remakes are pervasive in today’s popular culture, whether they take the form of reboots, “re-imaginings,” or overly familiar sequels. Television remakes have proven popular with producers and networks interested in building on the nostalgic capital of past successes (or giving a second chance to underused properties). Some TV remakes have been critical and commercial hits, and others haven’t made it past the pilot stage; all have provided valuable material ripe for academic analysis. In Remake Television: Reboot, Re-use, Recycle, edited by Carlen Lavigne, contributors from a variety of backgrounds offer multicultural, multidisciplinary perspectives on remake themes in popular television series, from classic cult favorites such as The Avengers (1961–69) and The X-Files (1993–2002) to current hits like Doctor Who (2005–present) and The Walking Dead (2010–present). Chapters examine what constitutes a remake, and what series changes might tell us about changing historical and cultural contexts—or about the medium of television itself.
Combining beauty and style with authentic sustainability, Eco-Chic Home shares hundreds of tips, ideas, and projects for every room in your house!
Author: Emily Anderson
Category: House & Home
Combining beauty and style with authentic sustainability, Eco-Chic Home shares hundreds of tips, ideas, and projects for every room in your house! Design and green-living expert Emily Anderson re-styles your home in functional and fresh ways-and at a very low cost. She reveals how to repurpose items you already have-old lamps, extra sheets, mismatched dishes-to crate a distinctive new look. Remake worn clothing into hand-knotted rugs, turn extra plastic bags into a stylish carry-all-tote, rethink CD cases as a bookshelf light, or sew fabric remnants into festive holiday garlands. Emily's creative and resourceful domestic advice also will inspire you to shop local consignment stores, raid grandma's closet, and recycle your family's excess. Whether a first-time crafter of a DIY pro, Eco-Chic Home will show you a multitude of ways to express your own personal eco-style.
The work in this book ranges from clever and humble personal accessories to unique and important large-scale works of art, including paper art, fashion, jewelry, housewares, interiors, and installations./div
Author: Garth Johnson
Publisher: Quarry Books
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
DIVArtists and crafters have always been recyclers, but for many, it has not only become a thrifty choice, it has become a moral imperative. 1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse contains a cutting edge collection of the most inventive work being made with re-used, upcycled, and already existing materials. The work in this book ranges from clever and humble personal accessories to unique and important large-scale works of art, including paper art, fashion, jewelry, housewares, interiors, and installations./div
There are three wain types of recycling. ... 1. Primary recycling - the textile
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Author: Rose Sinclair
Publisher: Letts and Lonsdale
Category: General Certificate of Secondary Education
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you think other crafters will enjoy these Eco crafts. Recycle, Reuse, Reduce,
Rethink, Remake Repurpose! GETTING ORGANIZED Get your equipment, cards
Author: Anneke Lipsanen
Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
If you are a crafter, teacher or parent interested in recycling Christmas cards, then you will love these pretty eco crafts, ideas and special templates to repurpose your used Holiday cards into charming new crafted items. The full color book with instructions and photographs for the 50 projects, plus the template collection with easy craft templates, are all you need to give used greeting cards a second life. The templates are designed and adapted for greeting card sizes and can be used again and again. Don't throw away those beautiful cards after the very short holiday period! Create nifty new items for fabulous scrapbooking, pretty packaging, little personal gifts, fun favors, small tokens of appreciation, creative containers, decor, decorations and ornaments! There are bonus projects, printable pattern paper and a second set of blank craft templates too. Make them for yourself, or to sell at craft markets and fundraising events. And use them for school arts and crafts projects too, as many projects are suitable for children. No fancy coordinated craft shop designs or expensive embellishments are needed. Just use what you have on hand. The happy patchwork medley is exactly what makes the projects in Recycling Christmas Cards so charming. Those lavish graphics on greeting cards were created by professional designers and make fabulous crafting material for pennies on the dollar - and in sturdy cardstock to boot. They are just waiting for the new life you can give them. Folks love to browse craft fairs and the likes for those inexpensive "little something" gifts. Many projects are geared towards such little gifts and stocking stuffers. Crafters will love the 45 craft templates in the book, as they have the perfect size for the projects. (Suggestions for recycling Christmas cards are easy to find, but finding templates that are ready to use and scaled to size are not). For convenience the templates are also available as printable downloads. If you have some odd cards left in a box somewhere, you can start your crafting straight away. Then ask friends, family and neighbors for theirs, as you will soon need (and want) a lot of cards. You can even arrange collection boxes at super markets, clubs and such. It is not just about recycling Christmas cards, but about recycling Christmas fun - all year long! So keep every one of your cards and get started for the next Holiday season, because 40 million recycled cards save 13 600 trees! Reuse, remake, repurpose, reduce, recycle and rethink!
Such recycling and remaking may activate nostalgia in older filmgoers, while
younger viewers unfamiliar with the ... According to this scenario, all current
media makers can hope to do is recycle, remake, repackage, and reprocess all
that has ...
Author: Harry Benshoff
Category: Social Science
Film and Television Analysis is especially designed to introduce undergraduate students to the most important qualitative methodologies used to study film and television. The methodologies covered include: ideological analysis auteur theory genre theory semiotics and structuralism psychoanalysis and apparatus theory feminism postmodernism cultural studies (including reception and audience studies) contemporary approaches to race, nation, gender, and sexuality. With each chapter focusing on a distinct methodology, students are introduced to the historical developments of each approach, along with its vocabulary, significant scholars, key concepts and case studies. Other features include: Over 120 color images throughout Questions for discussion at the end of each chapter Suggestions for further reading A glossary of key terms. Written in a reader-friendly manner Film and Television Analysis is a vital textbook for students encountering these concepts for the first time.
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Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing
The August • September Monthly Collection for third grade provides interactive learning activities. The included August • September calendar is filled with important events and holidays. This collection can be used for independent practice, small group work, or homework. Student resource pages are available in color and black and white. Included in this collection: •STEM project •ELA reviews •Math reviews •Handwriting practice •Word Search The August • September Monthly Collection for third grade can be used by teachers or parents to provide fun learning opportunities to start the year out right. Each Monthly Collection is designed to save teachers time, with grade-appropriate resources and activities that can be used alongside classroom learning, as independent practice, center activities, or homework. Each one includes ELA, Math, and Science resources in a monthly theme, engaging students with timely and interesting content. All Monthly Collections included color and black and white student pages, an answer key, and editable calendars for teachers to customize. This resource may be printed and photocopied for use in a single classroom only.
Recycle,. Recirculate. Scrapbooks Remake Value When Mark Twain, Susan B.
Anthony, Charles Sumner, Frederick Douglass, and thousands of less prominent
scrapbook makers read piles of newspapers with scissors in hand and pasted ...
Author: Ellen Gruber Garvey
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Featuring over 50 rare and hard-to-find illustrations, 'Writing with Scissors' presents a fascinating cultural history of scrapbooks in America.
Recycling, in other words, is a production of culture. The necessary element for
the production is some sort of machine. Technology is needed to reclaim, remake
, and reproject the old form into some new saleable commodity. An opportunity to
The second is the thorny issue of the contemporary “remake.” Within this
obsessive recycling of past forms, then, I will confront the issue of repetition itself
as sharing the structure of a traumatic neurosis in response to recent historical
Author: Vera Dika
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Performing Arts
This study explores works of art and film that resist the pull of the past.
Four Soderbergh Remakes Four of Soderbergh's films (The Underneath, Traffic,
Ocean's Eleven, and Solaris) remake earlier ... They exemplify the tendency in
contemporary Hollywood to pre-sell, in other words, to generate profits by recycling ...
Author: R. Barton Palmer
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Category: Performing Arts
Widely regarded as a turning point in American independent cinema, Steven Soderbergh's sex, lies, and videotape (1989) launched the career of its twenty-six-year-old director, whose debut film was nominated for an Academy Award and went on to win the Cannes Film Festival's top award, the Palme d'Or. The Philosophy of Steven Soderbergh breaks new ground by investigating salient philosophical themes through the unique story lines and innovative approaches to filmmaking that distinguish this celebrated artist. Editors R. Barton Palmer and Steven M. Sanders have brought together leading scholars in philosophy and film studies for the first systematic analysis of Soderbergh's entire body of work, offering the first in-depth exploration of the philosophical ideas that form the basis of the work of one of the most commercially successful and consistently inventive filmmakers of our time.
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When the latter is not possible, the material can be recycled by processing it into
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In this topsyturvy remake, it is Huge Red RidingHood who pretends tobethe
grandmother. As the wolf “sprang” uponthebed to gobble up theshape beneath
the bedclothes, Huge Red RidingHood “suddenly exploded”from beneath them,
Author: Sandra Beckett
Category: Literary Criticism
Sandra Beckett's book explores the contemporary retelling of the Red Riding Hood tale in Western children's literature.
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Author: Carol Greene
Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
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Author: Giovanni Corbellini
Publisher: LetteraVentidue Edizioni
Contemporary design must cope with the need to save resources and reduce soil consumption, answering at the same time to a widespread demand of heritage preservation. Its scope has therefore shifted from the probing of an utopian future to the interpretation of the past. The recent import within the architectural debate of the re-cycle concept and procedures promises to keep together the exigencies of environmental, economic and social sustainability with a renovated experimental momentum, both pragmatic and radical. The surprising potential of re-cycle as a design tool has been explored in a workshop held in Gorizia, which involved the student of the University of Trieste. Thoughts and projects produced in this intensive seminar show how widecan be the range of its application, from object to landscape, from matter to ideas, from interiors to urban spaces.