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Plant a Tree!

It's just that simple - plant a tree! Use this experience to honor a loved one. Teach your child about the many functions of trees and how they benefit our environment. Be sure to include a basic botany lesson -- how the roots will help the tree to drink water, how the leaves soak up the sun to help the tree grow. You might also want to educate ...(read more)

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Recycling Matters

Gather the family and visit a nearby recycling plant. Be sure to call ahead to make arrangements for a guided tour. Help prepare and educate your child on recycling by checking out relevant books at your library and reading them together in preparations for your tour. Be sure to incorporate this lesson into your home life, too. Kids love looking for the recycling numbers on the bottom of ...(read more)

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Spring Cleaning!

Get the whole family together to do some spring cleaning - outdoors! Visit a park or lake nearby and spend an hour or two picking up trash in the area. Teach your child about litter, appropriate places to put trash, keeping our world clean, and recycling. Be sure to take a trash bag and to bring gloves for the whole family!(read more)

Being Savvy Today

Building Your Child's "Green" Vocabulary

Apr
15
2015

Our children are our teachers in so many ways, obvious as well as subtle. Their very appearance in our lives immediately certifies us as experts in all sorts of things—and rookie-league amateurs in all kinds of others! Then they go to school, where they come to know facts

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