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Make The Pledge To Recycle

    As my boys are getting older, we are encouraging them to do everything possible to take care of our planet.  It’s important that they understand their role in protecting all of our valuable natural resources.  Aside from some subtle changes that we have made right here at home to conserve energy, we have been teaching them how to recycle some of the things that we use on a daily basis.

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Make The Pledge To Recycle

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Let’s Discuss: What are some of the ways that you are teaching your children to care for our planet?


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  1. I like the idea of recycling to make DIY. It’s so functional to save, not waste and get rewards. I’ve seen the great bags TerraCycle makes. My family enjoys Entenmans snacks and $25 GC giveaway comes in handy.

  2. My kiddos love the blueberry muffins. Perfect for mornings when we are on the go. They’ll love using the boxes to make new things around the house. Such a great idea.

  3. We bring reusable bags to the store and recycle bottles and cans every month.

  4. Recycling and don’t waste paper.

  5. I have always taught my children to recycle whenever possible, and we do have recycling cans. I also taught them to conserve water and electric.

  6. We try to teach them to recycle whatever they can…paper, glass, aluminum, batteries, etc…

  7. The kids recycle everything they can, and they give away toys to other kids, and they do not drink water out of plastic bottles.

  8. One way I’m teaching my grandsons to care for our planet is to pick up our trash when we’re done outside and how we don’t want to pollute. We also talk about recycling when we can and how the recycle truck comes to pick it up so it can be re-used and we aren’t wasteful.

  9. We recycle all the time, and my son is also responsible to making sure he puts his recyclables in our designated bin. He is so used to doing this now it is second nature.

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  10. shelly peterson says

    We teach them how important it is to reduce, reuse and recycle.

  11. I teach my kids to conserve water, recycle and not to take more than they need.

  12. I am teaching my niece to pick up for herself and to plant trees in order to make the air fresher. I am also teaching her how to recycle.

  13. My kids are interested in recycling also I tell them when they see trash on the street they should pick it up even if it does not belong to them.

  14. Barbara Montag says

    We are teaching our kids not to litter.
    Please use the trash cans.
    thank you

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  16. We teach our kids to reuse and recycle, bring our own shopping totes for groceries.

  17. I teach them to recycle. We have special bins for paper products and cans.

  18. We recycle! We have a special box where we collect all recyclable items and put them out with the garbage once a week for the recycle truck.

  19. I am teaching my son to grow a garden and how to recycle.

  20. This is an awesome program. Encouraging recycling is always a good idea and Entenmann’s treats are very delicious!

  21. Tammy Shelton says

    My Grands always use our recycle bin… every day. When it’s full they walk it to the neighborhood Big Bin.

  22. I teach my kids the importance of recycling by doing it at home. They also know to pick up trash and to not litter. It’s important that they value our planet.

  23. Nancy Loring says

    My children are at the age where I have been teaching them about recycling and why we all should. I may have taught them too well because whenever they see anyone not recycling when they should be they say something to them. Some people are not offended but some are.

  24. I a must teaching my Granddaughter the importance of conserving water and electricity.

  25. CourtneyLynne says

    Omg my daughter loves these things!!!! She even got my hubby addicted lol. I pack them in both of their lunches constantly!

  26. I teach my kids to recycle what they can. I also make sure they turn off the water when they brush their teeth and take shorter showers.

  27. We always segregate our trash and putting away recyclables in a separate bin. This would eventually be taken to the recycling plant nearby. I think we should all do our part, no matter how small, to help clean up the environment and save the planet.

  28. What a cool project and yummy treat, it is important that our children learn the importance of recycling while enjoying a sweet baked treat.

  29. I teach my kids different ways to recycle! Our favorite way to recycle is to reuse items to make new and fun gadgets. They help walk all the recycling items to our bin. This helps them identify what can and can’t be recycled.

  30. What a great way to upcycle! It’s so important to teach em’ young!

  31. kelly tupick says

    We recycle everything from newspapers to cans to plastic. We have recycle bins out front where each of the items go into. I try to teach my daughter the importance of recycling and she does very well with it. She even collects the aluminum cans around summer.

  32. Heather Hayes Panjon says

    I Teach The Kids To Care For Our Planet By Teaching Them The Benefits Of Recycling. We Have Recycling Bins For Specific Products Like Plastic, Paper, Glass. I Also Teach Them Gardening.

  33. We are teaching the kids to recycle and to plant in the garden.

  34. Vickie morgan says

    We have a recycle bin right out the back door. It makes it so easy for the kids (and grownups) to recycle!

  35. My kids recycle aluminum and metal that would otherwise go into a land fill. They also recycle plastic and my daughter has a rain barrel to catch rain water to use on her garden.

  36. Amy Stonger says

    I teach my kids about recycling and why it’s important. I teach them not to litter or waste power and water.

  37. Oh my gosh I had no idea this company was even still around! I remember the company as a kid and had some favorite products of their but I never see them in stores at all anymore.

  38. Dana Rodriguez says

    This is a wonderful program. I think it is so important to teach children the importance of recycling!

  39. Ellie Wright says

    We recycle, pick up trash, and help care for the grounds at their Little League park. My son is the fields manager and my grandsons help him in his duties. We are planting trees this year for Earth day there.

  40. MelissaandKeith Miller says

    We recycle pop cans and cardboard. We use reusable bags.

  41. We always recycle, and do our own container garden in the summer. We love collecting rain water to water our vegetables!

  42. We recycle our cans bottles and newspapers and conserve our water use.

  43. I try to teach them the importance of recycling, it’s tough since it’s harder and harder to recycle in our community since they did away with the recycling program, but we keep at it the best we can.

  44. Adrienne Gordon says

    We go for hikes in our parks and always take a bag to collect trash.

  45. When my kids lived at home they were taught to recycle everything possible and to conserve water. They are habits they have carried over into their adult lives.

  46. Tari Lawson says

    I teach my kids to recycle. They are always asking me if things can be recycled before putting them in the trash.

  47. We learn about caring for our planet by taking small steps to conserve water, electricity and mess less of an impact! We try to turn the water off when brushing our teeth, take shorter showers, keep lights/electronics off and unplugged, never litter and pick up others trash and be overall wise about the environment.

  48. We taught our daughter to recycle, reuse and compost as much as possible. We also grow a lot of our own vegetables.

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  50. Debbi Wellenstein says

    We recycle everything we can-the kids help with that. Before we buy anything, we check to see if we have anything we could use for the thing we need. The kids are involved in that as well.

  51. We’ve always taught the kids not to waste water by not taking really long showers and turning the water off when brushing your teeth.

  52. We always make sure and recycle! Also, we try and not waste things.

  53. patricia skinner says

    We taught our children to recycle cans, paper and we use rain barrels to water the garden.

  54. Janice Cooper says

    I try to teach recycling and how important. We recycle our pop cans, newspaper, etc.

  55. We try to recycle everything possible, some times are recycling is more than our garbage.

  56. Julia Barnes says

    We watch how much water we use. This includes turning off the water while doing things like brushing teeth etc. It also means not running an empty dishwasher and other things.

  57. I am teaching my great grandkids to grow food and flowers, to make the world better for eating and feeding their souls.

  58. I’ve taught my girls to never litter. There’s absolutely no reason for littering. We also recycle a lot.

  59. We recycle as much as we can, use rags instead of paper towels, and make homemade cleaners instead of harsh store cleaners. We also donate clothes or belongings we don’t want, and take furniture or tools to the habitat for humanity for others to use.

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  61. I’m a recycling fool, and hopefully they’ll know that’s a way to live every day. Of course we don’t litter, use reusable shopping bags, and try to create as little waste as possible.

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  62. Cathy truman says

    We plant a garden every year and we recycle every thing we can.

  63. I don’t have kids, but I recycle! beside recycling cans and bottles, etc, I also recycle “objects” into art. And I love refinishing cast off furniture.

  64. Neely (@Neelykins) says

    Oh, I haven’t had these but I would love them! We are big recyclers!

  65. Mary Beth Elderton says

    We recyle or upcycle everything we can. When we need anything, the first thought is to look for something that can make-do. We stay conscious of lights and water use.

  66. Recycle what you can and use reusable products instead of throwing away.

  67. I teach my daughter about recycling and about how trash hurts our planet – and especially the animals in it. We talk about conversation and about sharing the earth with non-humans. We go on nature walks and trash hikes.

  68. I encourage my kids to recycle and use reusable shopping bags.

  69. This is awesome. We are huge recyclers at home with several different bins for things. Also, we love to incorporate activities that teach the kids about recycling. This way it makes clear sense about why we recycle and why it’s so great! We also have our own small garden and compost!

  70. Jeanne Rousseau says

    We have separate recycle containers for items and my son has been going to the transfer station and learning how to deposit all the items and where since he was a toddler.

  71. Christopher Mason says

    To recycle and not just throw everything in a trash can.

  72. We recycle and my kids both have reusable water bottles that they take everywhere with them. We are also on the website recyclebank. They have lots of good info.

  73. Recycling is important to our family and my kids even reuse paper (drawing on both sides) before putting it in the recycling. They are always being my little helpers and breaking down boxes to put in the recycling.

  74. We teach them how to reuse things and not just throw things away. Not hoarding but how may things can be reused like jars and containers can hold other things!

  75. I’m teaching my daughters to conserve resources and use reusable products when possible. We recycle, use cloth diapers and cloth towels instead of paper towels.

  76. I am teaching them to put recyclables in the recycling bin and not the trash. Also to conserve water when brushing their teeth.

  77. melissa Resnick says

    We recycle and we also do not buy plastic water bottles no matter what.

  78. Susan Smith says

    We teach our kids to reuse and recycle. We also bring our own shopping totes for groceries.

  79. Susan Smith says

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  80. elizabeth miller says

    On top of recycling, my daughter loves to upcycle. she loves taking parts of things that are otherwise unwanted or no longer useful and making them into other things. She loves to take sparkles and stuff and apply them to old jackets to reuse them.

  81. We recycle and we also take bags when we go to the grocery store.

  82. Elizabeth W Baer says

    They all help take recycling to our recycling bin.

  83. I’m making sure our three year old daughter is learning how to properly sort recyclables, recognize recycling bins when we’re out and about and to just use less overall. That organizer is a great idea. We will have fun coming up with some other ideas to reuse boxes.

  84. Our young grandson already knows all about how important it is to recycle many things to help save our planet.

  85. We’ve been teaching them to recycle all trash that we have in the house. We also have taught them about our compost pile.

  86. We are learning to compost our scraps and use organic gardening methods. We also are using homemade safe insect sprays and not chemicals.

  87. paige chandler says

    We have just started to recycle and have a family talks about the things we do every day to make a better planet especially using less plastic.

  88. beth shepherd says

    We recycle everything we can. We also always try to find homes for things we cannot use. Thank you

  89. Renee Grosskreuz says

    We show our children that recycling is really important.I combine some items together to save space and the planet.I buy some recyclable material and cleaning items.

  90. We are lucky to have recycling in our area. My daughter is learning which items to recycle !!

  91. Seyma Shabbir says

    I teach my sons to recycle, to collect rainwater, to grow fruits, veggies and flowers.

  92. Kimberly Murat says

    My family recycles and composts. We also are involved in a program to plant trees every year and we use our compost to garden with!

  93. Jen Rodrigues says

    Teaching them to recycle more. Also not wasting so much water when brushing teeth.

  94. Stephanie Liske says

    I teach them to reuse everything they possibly can.

  95. We buy some of our clothes from thrift stores, and I tell the kids to turn off the lights when they are not in the room. We try to donate the things we no longer need instead of filling up the landfills.

  96. I am a long distance backpacker, and I am teaching my granddaughter Leave No Trace.

  97. Vanessa Flores says

    I teach my kids to reuse water bottles so we don’t have to waste water washing dishes on every single cup they use.

  98. Bridgett Wilbur says

    We make sure the kids help us recycle, and we also have a veggie garden every year.

  99. Steve Weber says

    We are teaching them to always recycle.. not only that but to use the compost pile when necessary.

  100. We recycle, compost and reuse what we can.

  101. I teach them to pick up garbage whenever they can when we are out and about and put it in the garbage can.

  102. I am teaching them to always recycle rather than tossing things in the garabage.

  103. Laura Schrillo says

    We love gardening and recycling.

  104. I’ve been teaching them since they were little to always recycle what we can and also to never litter!

  105. I’m teaching my son to care for the planet by recycling and conserving water.

  106. Christine Labelle says

    I teach my kids not to waste water. They also make sure not to litter and to pick up others when they can. We also recycle.

  107. Brent Strassburg says

    He’s still young but we’ve started teaching him about recycling. We also cut back as much as possible with disposable bags from stores and try to use reuseable ones when possible.

  108. Nicole Martin says

    I have taught my son the importance of recycling.

  109. We recycle plastic, aluminum, glass, cardboard & paper. We also donate items when we can instead of adding them to the landfill.

  110. Tod Winkelman says

    I have been recycling since our city started collecting it. I have shown our daughter what can and cannot be recycled. Also I’ve tried to show her how to save from not using to much water.

  111. I teach my children to love God and his creation which is a proof of his majesty. When someone gives us a gift we take care of it. They have learned to recycle, not to littler, to not waste water or electricity.

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  113. susan smoaks says

    The best way to help the planet is to be vegan so we do that for the most part. Factory farming is killing the planet so we are not going to contribute to that epidemic.

  114. Garbage dumping has been a big problem in our area. They see it. They see it on the ground in the streams at the lake. They hate littering and I think that’s awesome.

  115. Angela Thorpe says

    We recycle everything we can and participate in a school program that plants trees around the city.

  116. He likes to help me pick up trash on our walks.

  117. They are taught to recycle.

  118. Phillip Arnitz says

    I used to hardly ever recycle but now I have been much better. Now I just need to work on my water usage.

  119. amber cheras says

    We help clean up trash outside. We also take items and instead of throwing them away we make crafts out of them and once the weather is warmer we are going to start growing our own garden.

  120. Sarah Mayer says

    We always take our own bags when we go shopping, we recycle and we don’t flush the toliet if it’s yellow. 🙂

  121. I always showed my daughter not to waste things and how to recycle.

  122. We try to recycle and reuse as much as possible and are careful with electric and water usage.

  123. I like doing landscaping volunteer work in our community to help teach my children to care for our planet. We recently helped to build a outdoor learning garden with planter boxes, and an outdoor classroom at my kids’ schools.

  124. Rajee Pandi says

    We buy recycle goods and avoid more plastics. Teach our kids.

  125. rochelle haynes says

    I teach them to cut off the lights when they are not using them.

  126. thischickwins says

    We recycle which is easy because our town just uses one kind of trash can for all recycling.

  127. Recycling has been an ongoing thing for many years. I have also taught them to be thoughtful when using water. When gardening, try to use local plants that attract bees.

  128. We bicycle. We recycle. We have a garden.

  129. We like to search plastic items for the number in the triangle to know which bin to put them in.

  130. I bring a reusable lunch bag to work (school) and a reusable drink mug.

  131. Brandon Sparks says

    We are teaching out kids how to recycle in our home.

  132. Sabrina Price says

    When we take walks we take trash bags to pick up trash while we can. It helps keep our world cleaner.

  133. B Alexandra says

    I have already taught them that littering is an absolute no. We also spend time going through things that we are throwing away to see if we can repurpose them.

  134. Our children help us recycle all that we can. We also conserve energy by turning off lights and using efficient appliances.

  135. Jasmine Craig says

    I teach my children to always turn off the lights before they leave a room. Also, they were encouraged to buy a recycling bin so that we can start recycling more at home.

  136. Janice Gabriel says

    I teach the children in my life to care for all the creatures of this planet. They should respect them as living beings. Also, they learn to recycle and not to throw trash where it shouldn’t be.

  137. No kids. But I’m very into reuse, reduce, recycle.
    Thanks for the contest.

  138. Louis Blyskal says

    Keep up the good work.

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