Recycled School Glue

Recently I had the opportunity to review the new recycled school glue from Nine Lives Products.  This glue is the only recycled glue available on the market! It's made from recycled styrofoam and plant-products, and the best part - it smells like oranges!

My class has been using interactive journals for math, reading, science, and social studies.  I love how the kids have an instant review!

We used the new glue on our social studies notebooks.  We are studying economics right now and learning about different kinds of resources.

The glue has a nice applicator tip and is easy to squeeze the bottle.  I did have a few problems with it getting clogged in the tip, but it was nothing that a trusty paperclip couldn't handle.  The caps were easy to get off, too.

We are using Corinna's economics unit.  We love it!

Do you want to try out a sample of recycled school glue for yourself?  I'm giving away 3 samples!  Just enter from the Rafflecopter below.  I'll pick a winner on Wednesday night! 





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18 comments

  1. I would use it with my students for cut and paste projects.

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  2. Word of the Day problems in math journals- thanks for the giveaway! :)

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  3. I am so over glue sticks. It's like the saying goes...'They don't make ______ like they used to." A glue stick seems to last less than a week, and that's with the kinder-bears who 'get' the process and don't overuse or cap it with the glue still up. I would love to try this new product. I have been pouring liquid glue into cupcake holders and letting them use q-tips because their little hands aren't strong enough to squeeze a bottle.

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  4. Wow, the list would be endless, but we would use the glue for math and writing journals!! Thanks for the opportunity. =)
    tinysmiles34@gmail.com

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  5. So many things to use it for! Don't like glue sticks. After they dry, the pieces that were glued on fall off the project!!! :(

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  6. I would use them for my math journal prompts, poetry journals and art....

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  7. As I'm a Kindergarten teacher my students would use it all the time for anything from art projects to interactive notebooks! Hope I get a sample!!! :) lorepuckett at verizon dot net

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  8. I've never heard of this! It sounds great! Perfect for glueing things into journals or notebooks!
    Liz
    teachinginthevalley@gmail.com

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  9. This is very cool, a way to recycle styrofoam is awesome! I might have to buy a bottle if I dont win!

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  10. Sounds Great!! We use glue almost daily, in our interactive notebooks and on many projects. Glue sticks constantly run out and most glue bottles are messy. It is a constant problem. Teresa tntjnj4@gmail.com

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  11. I would use with my math journals and art projects! Jmacerata@gmail.com

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  12. This time of year our glue sticks are running out! We are always putting things in our interactive math and reading/writing journals! In my SpEd class the sensory aspect of the orange scent will be great, too!

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  13. I would use it for interactive journals and crafts.
    Jada
    Daisy Days for Learning

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  14. I am using the same unit for social studies. Have you found any other good units for science or social studies?

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  15. I would use it for all my activities...I work in special ed, and I think some of my kiddos with sensory issues would really like the smell!

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  16. I would use it for crafts and center work. I would love to have an alternative to glue sticks!!

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  17. We have some crafts that glue stick just are strong enough to hold so this would be great!

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