Statistics show that the average North American family of four uses 40 egg cartons per year.* We eat a lot of eggs in my house and my kids would probably eat eggs for breakfast every morning if I let them. My six year old has even cooked eggs for himself, with my close supervision, and he loves it! Lucky for us, there are a lot of different ways to recycle and reuse your egg cartons.
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When my family was driving around Sanibel Island FL, we had so much fun with the tongue twister:
She sells seashells down by the sea shore.
Sanibel beaches are full of the most beautiful sea shells I have ever seen in my life. Many of the shells I picked up on the beach were tiny. Just like snowflakes, each shell was different and special in it's own way. I kept finding shells that were a shades of red and white. My 6 year old and I nick-named them...
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