How to Build a Milk Jug Igloo – Midland Christian School

May 29, 2011 · 8 comments

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This milk jug igloo was part of a unit on snow. It took 3 weeks to collect the 428 milk jugs used to make the igloo. It is a built on a cardboard base and the jugs are connected with high temperature hot glue. The finished igloo is about 5′ tall and easily fits eight to 10 children, who like to spend their reading time in the igloo. Total investment: $12 for the glue sticks. There are additional tips and suggestions available on “How to Build a Milk Jug Igloo” on at . You’ll also find useful related links like coloring pages, books to read, media coverage of schools and libraries that have built such igloos and so forth. Created on January 22, 2010 using FlipShare.

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