Get the greens in – How to Make a Kid-Friendly DIY Terrarium!

Get the greens in – How to Make a Kid-Friendly DIY Terrarium!

Terrariums are a great craft for kids because they are fun in all stages of development. Picking out plants, containers and little figurines to go inside can be just as fun as making the terrarium and watching it grow. What’s a terrarium, you say? A terrarium is a way of growing plants in an enclosed or partially enclosed container usually made of glass or plastic. They are easy to establish and make a wonderful craft for bored kids at home during the summer. Read on for our easy terrarium DIY to learn how to make your own to keep or give away to your friends.

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DIY: A Quick Guide On Composting For Kids

DIY: A Quick Guide On Composting For Kids

It’s only now that we have to look for options to send our kids to play more outdoors, a heavy price we have to pay for urbanisation. If you’re looking for a fun activity to get your kids outdoors, try getting dirty making fresh organic compost. Composting is very simple, costs absolutely nothing and is one of the easiest outdoor family activities you can do plus it will help you and your family to reduce your carbon footprint on this planet. So, how about Going Green these summer holidays with your kids?

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Ganesh Chaturthi Goes Green – Best places to buy Eco friendly Ganesha idols in Hyderabad!

Ganesh Chaturthi Goes Green – Best places to buy Eco friendly Ganesha idols in Hyderabad!

Ganesh Chaturthi is the most popular festival celebrated in India. The 10-day long celebration includes decorating Ganesha idols at home, making and enjoying mouth-watering delicacies and of course, music, lights and immersion of the idol on the last day. However, as we celebrate Ganpati, we often forget how small things we do during the festival can cause harm to the environment. Go green this year and enjoy a truly Eco friendly festival of the most beloved of Gods! Here are some simple ways to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi in an Eco-friendly way.

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