Gardening is a great way to get kids outdoors, learn about nature, and have some fun. But how do you get kids interested in gardening in the first place? Here are a few tips:
Make it fun and engaging. Gardening should be enjoyable for kids, so make sure to choose activities that they will find interesting. This could include planting seeds, watering plants, harvesting vegetables, or even just playing in the dirt.
Get them involved in the planning process. Let kids help you choose what to plant, where to plant it, and how to care for the plants. This will give them a sense of ownership and make them more likely to be interested in the project.
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In today’s rapidly changing world, sustainability education has gained immense significance. It plays a crucial role in shaping the minds of individuals, fostering a deeper understanding of environmental challenges, and empowering them to make informed decisions that contribute to a sustainable future.
This blog post explores the importance of sustainability education and its positive impact on individuals, communities, and the planet.
Infants and toddlers are extremely vulnerable when it comes to exposure to heavy metals, as they have a higher uptake of nutrients by the gastrointestinal tract and underdeveloped detoxification systems. Here’s a look at how heavy metals in toxic baby foods can affect your child’s neurodevelopment and what you can do about it.
The summer holidays are a great time for the kids to unwind after a hectic school year. But one thing parents hate to hear from their children during this time is, “we’re bored”.
Instead of handing over the remote control or game console, consider these fun and Eco-friendly alternatives to keeping your little ones occupied and teaching them a thing or two about the environment too.
There is no easy way to talk to kids about climate change. With so much technical jargon and limited understanding on the kid’s part, it might seem like an insurmountable feat. However, you need to have the conversation now seeing the kids may bear the biggest brunt of climate change. Here’s how to start having fruitful conversations with your kids about climate change and the environment.