1. Familiarize your children to take food in moderation.
2. Use writing paper on both sides.
3. If you want shopping to the supermarket, take your children to prepare a bag from home.
4. Don't get your children used to rely on disposable takeout difficult to decompose, such as styrofoam.
5. If you buy refill products, select a large volume.
1. Encourage your children to wash container of salt, sugar, or marbles.
2. Encourage your children to wash the bottles of syrup to be used as a drinking water container in the refrigerator.
3. In grading time, ask them to cut up the length of blank pages in the rest book. Fold to be used as a notebook or streaks.
4. Take them to donate unused clothing or toys. In addition to reducing waste, it'll also foster the social sensitivity.
1. Invite them to make a compost. Collect organic waste, such as pieces of vegetable and fruit peel. Pile in the soil. Leave until blackened about two weeks then use as a cultivation.
2. Encourage your children to play making recycled paper. Cut the paper into small pieces. Soak or boil for easily creamed. Blend to a pulp. Add water, until it reaches the consistency. Form with a mold according to the desired size. Dry out below the hot sun then be it.
3. Encourage your children to use cardboard of milk containers as a gift wrapping.
4. If you're creative enough, encourage your children to take advantage of refill packs to make a bag or pencil case.
Explain to them not to be selfish. Garbage is a common problem. Every family should have an awareness of the environment.
It may sound cliche, but the recipe will remain a reliable way. It's starting from small things. It's starting from yourself. It's starting from now, since they're children.
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