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10 Easy Ways to Go Green With Your Toddler

By Emily |

Have you thought about making some changes with your family to live a more green and eco-friendly lifestyle? Do you feel like it’s an overwhelming task with young children in tow? I want to encourage you that tots can go green too!

You can begin by taking baby steps and making simple, easy changes that will make a big difference in your eco-consciousness as a family.

Here are 10 easy ways that you can go green with your toddler.

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Go Green with Your Toddler

Cloth Napkins and Rags

Instead of using paper towels and napkins, in the kitchen and around the house, we use cloth napkins, wipes, and rags. We have washcloths that we use as the kids napkins and to wipe off them, and their table and chairs, after eating.

How have you taught your toddler the importance of caring for the environment?

 

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Emily McClements is passionate about caring for creation while saving money at the same time. She is a blessed wife and mama to three young children, and blogs about her family's journey toward natural and green living on a budget at Live Renewed. Read bio and latest posts → Read Emily's latest posts →

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  1. Sky says:

    Going green is important. Actually best way to “go green” is to adapt a vegetarian diet. You reduce more CO2′s by cutting meat than switching to a hybrid. Factory farms are the number one cause of global warming and pollution.

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