Help your kids GO GREEN this year!

What better way to start the new year off than with a resolution to make your family more”green.” With the movement sweeping the globe, it only makes sense for us to educate ourchildren on how to make sure the world is a better place for them to live in when they grow up.Even the smallest changes make a difference, and they can be fun and easy!Eco-School Supplies from Office Depot, Staples, and MoreMany companies have already started creating”green” toys for kids and educational products to help them learn about their environment. http://www.kitoys.com/ has a great toy for kids, called Mother Nature’s Child, a plush teaching toy to help raise children’s awareness and knowledge of the environment. This is just one of the many “green kids” sites that I found. Anotherone that I love is http://www.sprig.com/. This site features an array of eco-friendly products foreveryone! There are a lot of helpful sites out there for parents who want to help their kids go green at anearly age. A holiday suggestion for you and your kids is to make Valentine’s Day cards anddecorations out of recycled good this year, instead of throwing them away, put them to decorativeuse, a fun and educational activity to share with your kids!�

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