How to Raise my Kids to Care for the Environment - ParentEd

Episode 6

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9th Apr 2020

How to Raise my Kids to Care for the Environment

We sing songs about “saving our world”, tell our kids to “re-use, reduce and recycle”, cut down the usage of plastic straws and more.

Amidst all these, how do we explain the reason why there is a need for these “Save the Earth” initiatives? How do we raise kids to pay attention and care about the environment?

Join our host Aaron Ng as he discusses with our guest Elisa Ng on how parents can inculcate social responsibility and care for the environment to their children, starting from their own home.

A mum for all seasons - FTWM, PTWM, SAHM - Elisa Ng has tried them all. On her own, she chills over a good book and ice-cream. With family, she plays board/computer games and watches funny videos. She is now learning new ways of connecting with and loving her teenagers – with less words, more acts of service and definitely more prayers.

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