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Today's children are more nature deprived than ever. What are the consequences and what can parents do about it?
Want to get your child started down the road to a greener school? Here are the top 5 things kids can do to help green up their schools.
What do kids really gain from working and playing in the garden? Here are the skills that kindergarteners learn from all that digging.
Botanical gardens can be magical places for children, offering wonderful smells, beautiful colors and best of all, the chance to get good and grubby!
Here are a few ideas of places to see and projects to do for a gourmet Earth Day.
Here are 6 things you can do right now to pack a greener lunchbox.
Here are some ideas to get reluctant kids outside.
Climate change may one day define your child's generation. Here are 6 ways kids can help stop global warming.
Looking for a project that mixes crafting and a little bit of saving the planet at the same time? Look no further than the International Plastic Quilt Project.
Move over, organic. The new buzz in food circles is 'eat local.' Summer is the perfect time to teach your kids to care where you got the food on their plates.
Is it financially feasible for U.S. families to 'go green?' Get strategies for having an eco-friendly family while saving money at the same time.
Trees play a major part in the world we live in-- from the air we breathe to the nuts we eat. Plus, they can serve as an instant science lesson! Here's how.
This photo contest is a great way to get your middle schooler excited about Earth Day.
Turn your yard into an animal-friendly hangout. You'll teach your kids an important lesson about environmental stewardship.
Experts agree, our ocean is in crisis. Luckily, it isn't too late to make a difference. Here's how your kids can help.
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