… Don’t take anything except for pictures, don’t leave anything behind except for footprints.
I was at Pasir Ris Park a few day ago on a rainy day and guess what I found? Some of nature’s treasures: Can you spot the crab on the mudhill? You can have lots of fun trying to spot these shy creatures! If you are lucky, you may even see the mud lobsters, which
What Earth hour is all about: It happens tomorrow, 26 March 2011, at 8:30pm. Switch off your lights for an hour to experience it. Of course, an hour is just the start! Look around the house and see there’s any electric appliance that you can switch off to save energy whenever you don’t need them.
Starting from young to save the Earth! Earthquake in Japan infects the whole world with Tsunami warnings…time for everyone to pitch their efforts towards saving our Mother Earth. You can start them of at http://www.kidsforsavingearth.org/
Planting can be very fruitful (sorry for the pun) and educational activity for the family. The type of fruits/plant depends on the space that you have. Some suggestions of plants that you can grow are (and in order of space needed): Chilli Lime Mango Chilli plants grow into small to medium sized bushes from half
We try to reduce waste at our parties as well! For instance, the balloons we use are biodegradable. Paper products used in the show, that are to be thrown away, are put in the recycling bin instead. We feel that teaching our kids to be green, we are also teaching them responsibility. We hope every
You can be green when attending birthday parties too. Here’s some suggestions: RSVP. This helps the host know how many guests are coming and book food enough for their guests Ask the host if there’s anything that they need, instead of buying items that they may not need. Minimise wrapping or even go without the
You can be green when you organise a party. Here are some ideas: Recycling birthday banners (Don’t buy those with age listed). Use recyclable decorations the foil balloons. Don’t use disposable utensils. If you use disposables, write your names on utensils so you don’t take multiples ones. Use e-invites (Good news, we are developing e-invites
Mr Bottle has created an act in which is featured in his Imagine Magic Show. He turns paper into a new newspaper to show that you can recycle paper. Child tries his best to throw paper into recycling bin. Mr Bottle wants to tell everyone that you must make an effort to recycle things. Paper
This is a great activities for family and kids: Objective: To creatively turn recycled materials into useful items/art pieceMaterials Needed: Old Chopsticks, Rough Paper, Egg cartons,Scissors, White glue, Plastic grocery bag, old Cardboard boxes, and anything that you can collect to recycle. Start the activity by asking the kids to collect items that the family
Since it’s almost March Holidays, there’s lots of activities around Singapore for our kids! Here’s one free programme that is really interesting!
“We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children.” Coming this 26 March, it will be Earth Day. In the next few weeks, we will show how you and your kids can help do your little part to help mother nature. One of our founders, Kien, has created a