Keep the Kids Happy and Learning with Green Kid Craft Kits
Thursday, 10 March 2011
It’s almost springtime, but the winter weather is hanging on in the northern U.S. The little ones are getting restless, yearning to play outside, and tired of the same games and books. But don’t despair – there’s help. Green Kid Crafts is a family-owned, green company that offers natural, sustainable, and responsible choices for arts and crafts projects. The kits are an inexpensive tool for parents and teachers to use to educate children about recycling, reducing waste, and protecting the environment. Green Kid Crafts provides fun and sustainable do-it-yourself craft kits for kids ages 2 through 8. Each Green Kid Craft kit subscription provides: • Craft materials that are kid-friendly, earth-friendly, and safe • Three different craft kits delivered once a month – that’s a lot of sustainable crafting! • Kit that include everything needed to complete the craft (you just supply glue, markers, and/or scissors) • A monthly featured craft with a unique and multicultural focus to enrich and entertain your creative child • Great gifts for eco-conscious parents • The flexibility to customize your kits to reflect the holidays and cultures that you wish to celebrate Craft subscriptions can be ordered in three, six or twelve month subscriptions. Green Kid Crafts strives to be natural, sustainable, and responsible, and has established standards for these goals. And Green Kid Crafts is a carbon neutral business, choosing to offset 100% of the carbon dioxide generated by their business and help fund the development of renewable energy projects across the United States. “As the Climate Change Coordinator with the Alaska Center for the Environment, I know too well how important it is to offset carbon emissions,” says Penny Bauder, Owner of Green Kid Crafts. “I believe that every person, every business has the power to make a difference, which is why Green Kid Crafts chose to become a Carbonfund.org partner.” Order your Green Kid Crafts subscription today, and help your little crafters create new treasures while learning about their environment.