With their love of the outdoors, children are natural environmentalists. My preschooler loved the new Lorax movie. Afterwards, he wanted to plant some trees.
Teaching your kids to be earth friendly is easier than you think. Reading books about nature, recycling, planting trees and gardening are all fun ways to teach your kids.
Being earth friendly as a mom is a bit harder. Some of my friends use cloth diapers. I admire them for being so eco-friendly, but I prefer the convenience of disposable diapers. However, I try to pick the most eco-friendly option whenever possible. Seventh Generation‘s Free & Clear Diapers have an absorbent core that uses chlorine-free wood pulp– making them a greener disposable diaper.
Using eco-friendly products is an important step toward teaching my children about conservation, and Seventh Generation and Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax have joined forces to inspire families to save the earth’s resources with conscious consumption. Created with our little ones and the environment in mind, Seventh Generation is the natural choice for high-quality and effective products free of fragrances, latex, chlorine and other harmful chemicals. Make a difference by choosing Seventh Generation, now offering free shipping for orders over $50. As the Lorax says, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”
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