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It’s easy to overlook teaching children to take care of nature when you’re a parent because you’re so preoccupied with all the other things that you might consider to be of more importance. But, caring for the earth is more central to life than it is considered. A happy planet also means healthy children.
Children should learn about recycling.
Teach your children how to distinguish between objects that can be recycled and those that should be thrown away (not recyclable). Give them a gold star or a “check on the hand” for completing the domestic task of sorting the recycling.
Teaching children against littering.
Teach your children that littering is not a good thing. Take them out to a beach or a park and pick garbage together. Make them understand that it is our duty and a good manner to keep the surroundings clean. Prepare the hand sanitizer for a thorough cleaning as soon as you’re finished. Sustainability and responsibility are two teachings in one.
Teach them environmental protection.
The simplest approaches for children to conserve the environment are:
- While they are brushing their teeth, turn off the water.
- When exiting a room, turn off the lights.
For children, maintaining the surroundings can seem like constant nagging. Let your children do things on their own rather than bugging them with reminders. Give them a compliment even if they only remember to do it 1 out of 10 times.
To teach children about the environment, use stories
Luckily, there are many stories about the environment written already. Look at children’s books about preserving the environment.
Right now, we have a rare chance to bring earth to how it used to be. While it’s crucial that adults pay attention, it’s just as crucial that we teach the next generation the value of healthy earth. Simple lessons that families can teach their children to protect the environment for themselves and future generations include teaching them the importance of trees, teaching them where food comes from, instilling a love of the outdoors, planting a garden, and volunteering to help clean up the environment.
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