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App-Y Hour Book Apps for Kids: What Does It Mean To Be Green (Little Pickle Press)

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What Does It Mean to Be Green from Little Pickle Press

be green

This colorful, insightful story, demystifies for children what it means to be green by helping them to view everyday tasks through an environmentally-friendly lens. The book empowers children to do whatever they can to protect the earth’s precious resources. Don’t be surprised if they start coming up with suggestions of their own for you!

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  • Content available in Read Aloud format with professionally recorded narration
  • Read Aloud includes word highlighting in sync with the voice narration. This serves as spelling and pronunciation aids for little kids
  • Text content is searchable via Little Pickle Press

Little Pickle Press is dedicated to helping parents and educators cultivate conscious, responsible little people by stimulating explorations of the meaningful topics of their generation through a variety of media, technologies, and techniques.

 Something To Do:

Any season is a good time to encourage recycling activities for your kids. had a wonderful article on summer recycling projects that amuse and educate kids at the same time. Here’s an excerpt:

Many children are learning a lot about the value of recycling while they’re in school and during the school year  you can help your children continue to learn about recycling while they’re having fun:

  • School folders.  One easy task that will help them prepare for the next school year – help them reorganize their school folders, then recycle the paper and reuse the folders.  See the Get Organized article “Keep the Gems…” for a step-by-step process you can use with your child.
  • Tie dye project.  Tie-dye t-shirts to reuse the shirts or donate to charity.  Go to Kinder Art for instructions suitable for ages 4 and up.
  • Arts-and-crafts.  Plan arts-and-crafts projects that use recycled materials or focus on other sustainability practices.  Visit Kaboose and Crafts for Children for lots of ideas suitable for different ages.

Think that’s “just a cardboard box?” Think again! Here’s some great kid-friendly crafts to turn a cardboard box into a boxful of FUN.


Parenting Magazine’s Shape Sorter Box

cardboard castle

Crazy Cute DIY CardBoard Castle from The Busy Budgeting Mama

cardboard mermaid

Over-the-Top AMAZING Cardboard Mermaid Costume from The Cardboard Collective

What great recycled crafts does your family do?

1 thought on “App-Y Hour Book Apps for Kids: What Does It Mean To Be Green (Little Pickle Press)

  1. How apt. I’ve been getting mail from authors for earthday about doing a blog for earthday and up pops your wonderful review. My favorit pic is the memaid costume. Thank you.

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