Monthly Archives: March 2021

Taking a bath to get clean – and to learn about going green

Bath time is the perfect opportunity to talk to your children about why water is a precious resource, and how they can help protect it. While they splash in the tub, you can tell stories and play games and do other activities to teach them about environmental issues and encourage them to conserve water. In […]

Spring activity: creating a vegetable garden with young children!

This article collects a bit of practical advice for a fun outdoor spring activity to be carried out with your children: starting and nurturing a small (or large) vegetable garden to encourage contact between children and nature. This is a unique opportunity to talk about the importance of raw materials (such as water), composting, and […]

Ideas to be good parents without damaging the environment too much

Is the decision to have children really incompatible with safeguarding our planet? Online there are many articles on the subject, and the topic is undoubtedly controversial. One thing is sure: demographic growth is one of the causes of the acceleration of climate change. If in 2050 there will be 10,000,000,000 of us, then access to […]

Make a “zero-waste” Tawashi kitchen sponge

In today’s article, we will explain how to create a homemade kitchen sponge by using recycled materials. In particular, we will teach you how to make a Tawashi sponge inspired by Japanese tradition. This activity can be beneficial and educational for your children, and it’s the perfect opportunity to talk about reuse and waste reduction. […]