Teaching Kids How you can Be Eco Responsible

 

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Teaching Young Children About Being Environmentally Aware. Even toddlers can learn the basics of recycling, not using “smelly” chemicals on things, and why planting trees and plants to replace ones that are taken is very important. Teach your kids the names of different plants, trees, and animals and practice identifying them. You can do this in your backyard or in your favourite park.

You can also take your children to your local environmental education centre, where they can learn even more!RAIN BARRELS Help Teach My Child to Be Environmentally Friendly This was her first shot on the camera and one of the kids favorite ways to help around the yard – WATER! Install and use a rain barrel. They are an initial investment and range from $50-$150. 1 – Get your kids using reusable containers.

My kids each have their own water bottles we fill up in order to take on walks, when we go somewhere in the car, etc. They also use reusable containers when they take food to day camp or school. 2 -Educate your kids on how to reduce waste. 15. Teach your kids that as Eleanor Roosevelt said, they not only have the right to be an individual, they have an obligation to be one.

Studies show that people who take responsibility in any given situation are people who see themselves as willing to be different and. Responsibility is an important character trait to teach to kids. These 20 Ways to Teach Kids to be Responsible from my character building series can help. We can start teaching this to our kids at a young age, and my goal is to help equip you to do just that.

In parenting, we have to approach it. Teaching Young Kids about Being Environmentally Aware Even toddlers will learn the fundamentals of recycling, not using hard chemicals on things, and why planting trees and plants to replace ones that are taken is extremely necessary. Teaching your child to sort waste, respect the environment and consume less is the best way to raise awareness about the environment and create eco-friendly citizens. Not throwing waste on the ground, turning off the light when you leave a room, wal. Working As A Team To Stay Environmentally Responsible 1. Enroll your child in one of the upcoming playgroups or school who have a focus on environmental responsibility.

Forest schools teach authentic life skills and understanding through a focus on nature and the environment. Teaching our children to respect the environment and the planet are extremely important. After all, they are the ones who will inherit it and prepare it for the generations to come.

With so many environmental concerns and pollution problems we face, we need to be particularly mindful of passing on better values and habits to our kids.

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Teach them about conservation whether it be on an ecological level (recycling) or on an economical level (savings).

“Knowledge of Self: A Collection of Wisdom on the Science of Everything in Life” by Supreme Understanding, Sunez Allah, C'BS Alife Allah
from Knowledge of Self: A Collection of Wisdom on the Science of Everything in Life
by Supreme Understanding, Sunez Allah, C’BS Alife Allah
Supreme Design, 2009

Have each child sit in place in the circle and write down on a piece of paper one or more things she/he promises to do to take care of the Earth—such as to conserve water, use less electricity to save energy, help an endangered species or recycle her/his solid waste instead of throwing it away.

“Keepers of the Earth: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children” by Michael J. Caduto, Joseph Bruchac, Ka-Hon-Hes, Carol Wood
from Keepers of the Earth: Native American Stories and Environmental Activities for Children
by Michael J. Caduto, Joseph Bruchac, et. al.
Fulcrum Publ., 1997

Teach parents to use a minimum of washing compounds so that children are exposed to as few chemical products as possible.

“Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family” by Adele Pillitteri
from Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family
by Adele Pillitteri
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010

Teaching children environmentally friendly activities and actions is clearly a necessity.

“Wild Things: Children's Culture and Ecocriticism” by Sidney I. Dobrin, Kenneth B. Kidd, Karen Welberry, Adkins, Kaye, Hines, Maude, Byrd, M. Lynn, Copeland, Marion W.
from Wild Things: Children’s Culture and Ecocriticism
by Sidney I. Dobrin, Kenneth B. Kidd, et. al.
Wayne State University Press, 2004

Invite local environmental activists to tell the children about what they do, and find ways for the children to visit and participate in some of their activities.

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from What If All the Kids are White?: Anti-bias Multicultural Education with Young Children and Families
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Teachers College Press, 2006

These include: gardening projects; waste-minimisation practices, including composting and litterless lunches; water and energy saving strategies; green cleaning; and ways to engage children in learning about complex sustainability issues and topics.

“Young Children and the Environment: Early Education for Sustainability” by Julie M. Davis
from Young Children and the Environment: Early Education for Sustainability
by Julie M. Davis
Cambridge University Press, 2010

• Teach parents the need for close supervision of all young children playing near water, including washing machines.

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by Betty J. Ackley, Gail B. Ladwig
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

Teach respect for property, such as how to take care of your own things and how to take special care with others belongings Show your child how to treat the environment with care (no littering, no wasting).

“The Educated Child: A Parents Guide From Preschool Through Eighth Grade” by Chester E. Finn, Jr., John T. E. Cribb, Jr., William J. Bennett
from The Educated Child: A Parents Guide From Preschool Through Eighth Grade
by Chester E. Finn, Jr., John T. E. Cribb, Jr., William J. Bennett
Free Press, 1999

Teach the importance of maintaining a safe environment and point out potential environmental hazards.

“Priorities in Critical Care Nursing” by Linda D. Urden, Kathleen M. Stacy, Mary E. Lough
from Priorities in Critical Care Nursing
by Linda D. Urden, Kathleen M. Stacy, Mary E. Lough
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2015

• Use your power as a consumer to shun companies that emit toxins— and reward those which produce clean, safe products and use clean processes • Participate actively in parents’, citizens’ and consumer groups dedicated to cleaning up the Earth, or just your local community.

“Surviving the 21st Century: Humanity's Ten Great Challenges and How We Can Overcome Them” by Julian Cribb
from Surviving the 21st Century: Humanity’s Ten Great Challenges and How We Can Overcome Them
by Julian Cribb
Springer International Publishing, 2016

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  • Thank you. We all must care individually… “The elements and lower organisms are synchronized in the great plan of life. Shall man, infinitely above them in degree, be antagonistic and a destroyer of that perfection?” Baha’i Faith

  • Do you know what I have a speech for you please save the earth environments do you everything that you can Lexi for saving it even just a little things count in my heart and it should and yours please just go green for a month or week or even just a day that would be helping our earth so much more than you ever would imagine do you have a pure heart appear so you should help you should go one day we going to collect plastic at the beach or anywhere that you know that has plastic hurting animals or humans please just make our world a happier place a better place for all of us for all of us if you want to support everyone that’s been this girl #GreenForTheDay

  • Lovely video, thank you <3 I have recently published a book teaching kids about environmental issues, if anyone is interested please check out book trailer on my channel:) If not, sorry for bothering! Have a good day!

  • Nothing is mentioned about consuming a diet rich in fruit, vegs, seeds and plants instead of animal proteins rich? It is common knowledge that animal farming is a major cause of damage to the environment!

  • Awesome video! It’s really important to teach kids care for environment. I’d like to share here KoiKiwi i.e. http://www.koikiwi.com/ is a website for children and adults that care about the environment! We have compiled a set of games: action games, puzzle games, trivia and other fun games which all are focused on ecology, the environment and the future of our planet.

  • Hi. The search engine ecosia uses its revenue to plant trees to help the environment. I use it and it’s just like Google… just has planted about 5,000,000 trees and counting. If the world used it as much as Google now, the world would probably be fine. If you want to help the environment, consider changing your search engine to ecosia.com.:-)

  • ALSO BY PLANTING TREES N PLANTS EVERYWHERE, ROAD SIDES, BALCONY, TERRACE, ETC. ALSO CAN THROW SEEDS OR SEED BOMBS. REFORESTATION. WE MUST LIVE WITH NATURE. IT MUST BE LIKE, WE DIDN’T CUT FORESTS, WE MADE HOMES IN FORESTS.