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As Chloe began to grasp this idea she replied we can make bottle rocks. Oh how the fish and Octopus will love hiding in them. Mikie went on to say we can use plastic bags so that each rock has at least one bag mixed in the cement which will make the rock stay together better and help it keep its form.


We can make shelves and ledges with all the different types of plastic shapes that are left behind after the visitors leave the beaches and go back to their own homes. The whole chorus of volunteers shouted we will be saving countless fish, corals, and invertebrates lifes by cleaning all the trash and using it to create new life.

Mikie was so excited the whole classroom decided to make their very first bottle rocks during their lunch break. The students brains were flowing with new ides, as the first rocks began to form. The hearts and souls of each student was beating with such joy as they all realized that working together on this project will help save the wild reefs even if it is one bottle rock at a time


We add a layer of aragacrete mix on top of the bottle. You can make the first layer thin so you can add gravel on the sides before you add the top layer- remember that this layer of sand will make a hollow space when the rock is finished. 04/07/2008 Learn To Make Aragocrete Caves