Make Wild Animal/Safari Finger Puppets

Use upcycled materials to create finger puppets and tell a story! This project was inspired by Zonia's Rain Forest, written and illustrated by Juana Martinez-Neal. Zonia’s Rain Forest is the story of an Asháninka girl named Zonia who lives in the Amazon Rainforests of Peru. We follow her adventures through the forest as she encounters...

Shopping Appointments

Saturday and Sunday, by reservation only Appointments are available every 15 minutes between 10:00 AM and 4:30 PM. Get tools and materials for imaginative making! reDiscover has carefully selected the best making and crafting tools. Fill a bag with creatively reused materials for just $1 per pound! We're always getting interesting materials in the Creative...

Donate to our #GivingTuesday Campaign!

Raffle Drawing on the evening of Tuesday, November 30th, 2021 #GivingTuesday is the biggest global, online giving event of the year, and it is all about giving back, and reDiscover wants to give back to you! Everyone who donates in November will receive a special edition Holidays 2021 Upcycling Crafts Activity Guide PDF. Donations of $20 and above...

Make Stenopeic Glasses

We’ve created an activity guide on making stenopeic glasses out of recycled materials! This project was inspired by Patricia's Vision: The Doctor Who Saved Sight, written by Michelle Lord, and illustrated by Alleanna Harris. Patricia’s Vision is the story of the brave Dr. Patricia Bath, an African-American ophthalmologist, inventor, humanitarian and academic who dedicated her...

Make a National Kite

Let's have an International Kite Festival at home! We’ve created an activity guide on making a kite from recycled materials! This project was inspired by Farmer Falgu Goes Kite Flying, written by Chitra Soundar, and illustrated by Kanika Nair. Farmer Falgu Goes Kite Flying by #ChitraSoundar captures the vibrant Indian International Kite Festival. The colorful illustration is...

Making a Hanging Door Sign

We’ve created an activity guide on creating stoplight-inspired door signs! This project was inspired by The Unstoppable Garrett Morgan written by Joan DiCicco, and illustrated by Ebony Glenn. A tale of heroism and inventiveness, Garrett Morgan invented the Safety Hood that firefighters and wartime heroes adapted for use to this day. And if you rode...

The Girl Who Thought in Pictures book next to a spinning selfie icon

Make a Spinning Selfie

We’ve created an activity guide on Spinning Selfies inspired by The Girl who Thought in Pictures: The Story of Dr. Temple Grandin, written by Julia Finley Mosca and illustrated by Daniel Rieley. Dr. Grandin is an incredible scientist, animal rights advocate, and spokesperson on autism and neurodiversity. We’ve added this book to the Chill Zone...

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