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8 must-teach activities for children

Ankita A Talwar
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8 must teach activities for children

Small steps taken today, such as conserving water, make the world a better place for our children tomorrow. Here are some simple ways in which you can teach your children to reuse, recycle, and conserve water. An important read for all conscientious parents because every small step counts.


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DrShweta Sharma

| May 27, 2017

place a one litre water bottle inside flush tank and when machine throws water after rinsing collect that water for cleaning.... also club ur washload

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Vani Aggrawal

| May 30, 2016

I have forced my son to use half a bucket for bathing... we must make them see the crisis which many places are going through so they get hands on information and educate about the blunders of being careless

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Soumya Sood

| Apr 27, 2016

Fill RO waste water to water plants or mopping... as water filtered is only 25% whereas the water going waste is 75%. Can also use it to fill washing machines to do the laundry. I do it all and it's a great satisfying feeling.

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Namita Dutta

| Apr 26, 2016

Useful tips

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Sneha Hinduja

| Apr 26, 2016

very useful tips... each one should try to implement it....

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Ummu Fauzaan

| Mar 22, 2016

Thanks for the different ideas.

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Kashish Nagdev

| Mar 21, 2016

Vry useful ideas

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Sangeetha Srinivasan

| Nov 05, 2015

Nice ideas... Sure we will educate the children

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Seetha Lakshmi

| Sep 03, 2015

Yes. We need to educate our kids about conserving natural resources

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Poonam Kasar

| Aug 08, 2015

Wow lovely ideas

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sanhita yeolekar

| Aug 07, 2015

We practise most of them already. Nice that they are shared.

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Geeta Hamilpure

| Aug 01, 2015

Nice n useful tips

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Sridhar

| Jul 31, 2015

Very useful tips... All parents should follow... So their children will start following.... Good job in collecting and sharing these useful thougths...

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Chenju dinesh

| Jul 31, 2015

Very nice tips... We need to teach our kids to conserve our natural resources for their future... Good job????

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Shakuntala Devulapally

| Jul 30, 2015

I believe that we have to do a lot more in preserving our environment, and have made changes in my life that can contribute even if a minuscule. We reuse water as much as possible - clean the floor without chemicals, collect kitchen water, rare showers, no chemical cloth cleansers so clothes are safe and we can also collect the used water - all used for plants/ mopping balconies/ cleaning mop head. If there is a running tap, my 2 year old son now says, "the rivers are crying, turn the tap off"! Children learn a lot by observing us.

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Sujatha Ashwath

| Jul 30, 2015

If you are constructing a new house, get a split sink or twin sink wherein one outlet is connected to rainwater harvester so that the water used to wash vegetables, hands may a times, r. o water, water from used glasses and bottles goes to this harvester which is reused for gardening and washing.

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Sudhindra

| Jul 30, 2015

Nice initiative if everybody of us show bit interest in these and what a learning for kids-)

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Kalpana

| Jul 30, 2015

Good mesg

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Radhamanohari Shanmugham

| Jul 30, 2015

Gud one

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Jyothi Kartha

| Jul 30, 2015

We use the waste water from RO water purifier for mopping, plants n washing the car.

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Geetha V

| Jul 30, 2015

Good awareness ..we'll try to follow

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Neha Mittal

| Jul 30, 2015

Should surely follow these, to give a better future to our kids.

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Arundhati Pai Gupta

| Apr 15, 2014

Very useful tips..

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