Grow Your Own Tree Hugger: 101 activities to teach your child how to live greenby Wendy Rosenoff
Teach your kids to be eco-conscious and spark their imagination with 101 interactive science, food and craft-based activities in Grow Your Own Tree Hugger. Each of the activities in this easy-to-follow book includes step-by-step instructions you can use to pass on sensible sustainable living/i>
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Teach your kids to be eco-conscious and spark their imagination with 101 interactive science, food and craft-based activities in Grow Your Own Tree Hugger. Each of the activities in this easy-to-follow book includes step-by-step instructions you can use to pass on sensible sustainable living behaviors your child will understand and enjoy. Among the 101 activities to choose from:
- Teach pesticide-free pest control by hosting a special event to release ladybugs into the garden
- Create a new tie-dyed T-shirt or easy-sew beach bag from recycled garments and accessories
- Explore alternative energy by making a solar oven that really works
Perfect for children ages 4 to 10, each activity includes a chat point for discussion, plus hundreds of websites for furthering your sustainable knowledge.
Learn to Grow Your Own Tree Hugger - Our Planet is Counting on You!
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Packed with great tips
This was a fantastic book and many of the projects will be useful as I teach classes at school and at camp. It was amazing that it was free. It has a wide variety of projects appropriate for many ages but is not preachy. We are participating in the Jr. Master Gardener program at school and this has great projects.
Full of information as well as where to go to learn even more, I was amazed that it was free. The chat points help ensure that a parent has a good starting point to engage a child of any age. This book will not give you a full lecture on any given subject within, but then, that's not the intention. It acts as a guide toward discovery for a child, and, I daresay, for a parent, as well. Very impressive.
This is fantastic reading! The projects are simple, as is the reason, history, and final analysis of the project. Explanations and chat topics are provided for all ages of children. I loved reading this book and I am looking forward to doing this projects.