We have used recycled milk bottles and packing foam edges to update our outdoor waterplay area. Using recycled materials within the program allows children to think about sustainability and ways they can help the environment. Quality area 3.3.1 - Sustainable practices are embedded in service operations. - Gowrie Victoria
Did you know that everything on our Earth is connected in some way? We have living things (plants, animals (yes you are an animal) and organisms (some so tiny you can’t even see them). All these living things need to interact with non-living things such as soil, water and sunlight. Together all these living and non-living things interact with one another to create a system to sustain life. The term “ecosystem” means an “ecological” system. An ecosystem can be as big as our whole Earth or as…
Here's the 4th article in our series about Earth Day 2015--T is for Teaching Good Energy Habits. Making sure our children and future generations understand the importance of energy efficiency is a very important part of living green and protecting the planet! #earthday #greenliving
A large soda bottle, poke small drainage holes on one side, on the opposite side cut out a rectangle large enough to easily put your fist through,sprinkle pebbles on bottom, soil, seeds, water & go! make small holes in ends to thread through clear fishing line or small light decorative chain to hang.