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Ways You Can Teach Your Children To Appreciate Nature
Encourage children to play, dig and plant their own garden areas.
Plant trees! Trees are a valuable resource for our natural setting.
Walk in your backyard with your children. Picnic in your yard and at the beaches.
Study the surroundings and observe the wildlife.
Take a hike! Walk in the woods; tour the community garden and wetlands.
Rake the leaves and use a push mower. Without power mowers and blowers the air is cleaner. Your children can safely participate in gardening and learn to care for the earth.
Participate in Earth Day and Wild Life Appreciation days.
Build birdhouses and bat boxes with your children.
Install a sundial.
Learn about beneficial insects.
Teach recycling! Create a compost pile.
Learn to recognize sounds of birds and other creatures.
Be an observer of nature.