Recycle old art- instead of throwing out all those kids projects use them to create Easter or Mother’s Day cards.
Go for a trash scavenger hunt- try and find items such as: something big, something small, pink items, white items, clear items, things that make noise, and add more…
Eat leftovers - instead of having a pot luck of fresh cooked goodies, have a “recycled” food party, mix new things together and create a special Earth Day menu.
Walk and ride bikes (or just stay home)- take a day off from driving and when you find you do need something, find a substitute or walk to the store.
Unplug - spend a day with family off the grid with lights, computers, TV’s, microwaves unplugged, experiment by checking your meter at morning and night on a “normal” day then on an “unplugged” day- how much energy did you save? If you did this 4 times a year how much would you save? Can you translate that to $$?
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