Kids learn best through play, so these recycling games – online, mobile, and “live action” – teach them the ins and outs of responsible waste disposal.
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I was thrilled to receive an email from Jim Barber, one of the co-founders of Luke’s Toy Factory in Danbury, Connecticut. A family-run operation, the team at Luke’s has focused not only on design, but also materials that meet their own high standards for safety, environmental responsibility, and durability.
Grown-ups are no longer the only ones dressing in ultra-chic, sustainable fashions; designers are creating a niche especially for kids.
A new installment of the Pacha’s Pajamas “transmedia experience” comes out, along with an activism campaign pushing for popular culture that nurtures kids.
Looking for a positive creative outlet for your kids, but not sure that traditional scouting is a good fit? Hacker Scouts is new alternative: all the hands-on fun without the uniforms.
Did you play superhero as a child? Would you like your kids to have even more positive imaginative role models? Then check out Pacha, a new superhero for today’s kids.
Chances are you are environmentally responsible to one degree or another. You recycle your trash, purchase energy efficient light bulbs, buy natural cleaning supplies, all with the goal of leaving the world a better place for our children. But one way to make a big impact that you might have overlooked is by encouraging your children to lead eco-friendly lives. By leading the next generation to understand and care about the environment as much as we do, you can help your children to grow up into environmentally conscious adults.
Young people today do not deserve the “apathetic” label they are often given. When teens are put in an environment that encourages them to care and to take action on what they believe in, they step up and do amazing things they never thought they could.
Update: We have a winner… Marie Hemming of La Jolla, California won the copy of The Cleaner Plate Club in our drawing… and hope she’ll let us know which recipe went over best with the family (especially the pickiest eater on the planet)! Deal with “Ewww, I don’t like that” a lot at the dinner […]
GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily talks with green blogger, publisher, and supermom Jill Fehrenbacher, founder of green design blog Inhabitat.com and its new eco-parenting sister site Inhabitots.com. [Courtesy of our friends at GreenLivingIdeas.com] Click Play Below,or Green Blogger Series Jill Fehrenbacher of Inhabitat and Inhabitots
A day at the zoo brings back classic kiddie flashbacks for just about everyone. Who doesn’t remember an afternoon of lions, tigers and bears? But – oh my – as our eco savvy radar grows savvier over the years, the zoo experience can be a bit of a conundrum: How can we justify the variety […]
Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends We’re so glad you could attend Come inside! Come inside! — Emerson, Lake and Palmer, “Karn Evil 9 – 1st Impression, Part 2” Welcome back to the Carnival of the Green, the weekly showcase of all things good and green around the blogosphere! And welcome […]