Eco-Friendly Family Connection 

Teaching children about climate change and enviornmental sustainability is important for several reasons.

Climate change will have a significant impact on future generations, so it’s important that children understand the issue and have the knowledge and skills to address it.

Children can also help make a difference in the environment by making small changes in their daily lives, such as conserving energy and water, reducing waste, and eating less meat.

Read below for ideas for helpful ideas on how to teach your kids about environmental sustainability!

There are many ways to teach children about environmental sustainability. Here are a few ideas:

Lead by example.

Children learn from the adults around them, so it’s important to practice sustainable habits at home, such as recycling, conserving energy and water, and using reusable bags and containers.

Make it fun.

Children are more likely to engage with new concepts if they are presented in a fun and interactive way. This can include games, crafts, or outdoor activities that teach about conservation, recycling, and other sustainable practices.

Involve them in gardening and farming.

Encourage children to get involved in gardening and farming activities. They can learn about the importance of soil, water, and sunlight for plants, as well as the lifecycle of plants and animals.

Encourage outdoor activities.

Spending time in nature can help children appreciate the natural world and understand the importance of protecting it.

Talk to them about current events.

Keep children informed about environmental issues and encourage them to think critically about how they can make a difference.

Volunteer together.

Participating in community clean-up events or other volunteer activities can help children understand the importance of caring for their community and the environment.

What would you add to this list?