This milk jug bird bird feeder is a great craft for kids to make this spring. Wild birds will flock to your yard for a tasty snack out of this recycled plastic jug. Teach kids about recycling and learn about birds while crafting this fun art project.
How to make a bird feeder out of a milk jug
Do your kids love making crafts? My daughter is obsessed with crafting and I can’t even be mad about it because she obviously gets it from me.
Everyday in the morning as she’s eating her breakfast she asks me, “Mom, can we do some crafts?”
I suggested we made a bird feeder out of a recycled milk jug and she got very excited. I let her take the reins with this tutorial and video and I think she did an awesome job.
This project is great because it covers a lot of topics that kids will love: art, recycling, STEM, nature and science.
If your kids love bugs just as much as birds then you should check out this DIY Bug Hotel tutorial I posted as well. It’s a great family activity.
After you hang the bird feeder up you can relax nearby and wait for cute birds to come have a snack!
Check out Chloe in the video below explaining how to make this fun recycled craft, then follow the directions below to make your own.
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