Thursday, December 4, 2008

Recycle Some More

My son likes to draw and gave me this and asked me post it on the site. He was bugging me last week to post it but haven't had a chance until now.

On the chasing arrows of the recycling symbol, he wrote the words Paper, Can and Plastic. Beside each chasing arrow he drew an item that you can recycle (Paper - a piece of paper with a picture of the sun, Can - an opened can, Plastic - a water/H2O plastic bottle).

I have been encouraging my son to recycle and I have seen him doing this. For example, he segregates paper that he used for his activities and tells me to put them in the recycling bin. He also likes drinking chocolate milk from fast food places and he does not want to throw the bottles on the trash bin. Instead, he brings them home and tells me to include them also in the recycling bin.

In case you want to see some of my son's drawings (taking my chance here to promote his site), you can visit DK Books and Other Stuff!

Have a nice day!!!!

9 comments:

suedonim16 said...

Wow, I am impressed that your son is already being trained to care for the environment by recycling. Keep up the good work! =)

Julia said...

I put your button up on my site! I whole heartedly support recycling. As Bob the Builder Says, "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!!" Train them early and they will keep it up for a lifetime.

Carnation said...

that's great example to have to teach your kid about the environment and recycling.

Sabryna said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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Beth said...

That is very cute, last week I picked up some trash outside my 7 year old DS school, and he said "that's a good job Mom, that's one way to save the planet."

Also,
I also wanted to let you know that www.gogreentube.com is having a bloggers contest. Please check it out.

Beth

Lara Glew said...

Hi,

My name is Lara Glew. I've just visited your website and I was wondering if you'd be

interested in exchanging links with my website. I can offer you a home page link back from

my Recycling website which would be (http://www.lara-glew.com) with Page Rank 3.

Your link will be placed here:
http://www.lara-glew.com (It`s a recycling website with PR3)

As mentioned, your link would be placed on the site home page, not on any "links" pages

which may be buried in the site somewhere.

If you are interested please add the following information to your website and kindly let

me know when it´s ready and I will do the same for you in less than 24 hours, otherwise you

can delete my link from your site.

TITLE: SnaffleUp
URL: http://www.snaffleup.co.uk
DESCRIPTION: SnaffleUp The recycling web site designed to keep useful items out of

landfill.

Or you can use the following html code:

SnaffleUp - SnaffleUp The recycling web site

designed to keep useful items out of landfill.

I hope you have a nice day and thank you for your time,

Lara Glew
lara.glew@lara-glew.com

Borneo Falcon said...

It's nice of you to teach your son to recycle. I think that is the best thing to do. Educate them when they are young. I even have a hard time to educate my wife to recycle

ajabgajab said...

This is really impressive, if every kid can be given such impression of green life: life on earth would be better.

LTooLio said...

I've been trying to teach my 4 years old daughter the reason behind why it is important to recycle. If you haven't seen it yet, check out the Curious George episode on the topic - it shows an image of the earth being covered with a layer of garbage. That really resonated with her, and I now find that it is easier to get her to recycle the toilet-paper tubes and the milk cartons :)

Ryan
http://www.drivethespeedlimit.net

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