Maybe you could do an experiment to see how
many times one sheet of paper can be recycled. I
can think of 2 ways to recycle paper:
can take a piece of used paper and use it again.
Sometimes I put the paper in my printer so that
something gets printed on the side that was blank.
Sometimes I use the paper for making a list or
some notes about something I want to remember.
Maybe you could recycle the paper by folding it
around a letter and making it into an
2. I can put used paper in my
recycle bin. Then maybe it will be used to make
more paper. If that paper gets recycled, and the
paper after that gets recycled, it would be
recycled 3 times. If only recycled paper was used
to make more recycled paper, then the new paper
might not be as strong or as nice a color.
"Recycled" paper is actually made only partly with
'used' paper. I have a pack of paper that says
Recycled and in little letters it says "30% post
consumer content", which means that less than half
the stuff used to make the paper was actually used
You could do easy recycling
experiments by using one piece of paper for lots
of things. It would be much harder to try to make
new paper from old paper.Best wishes