Miranda Kerr’s money-saving tips for teaching kids about sustainability

E! : Seems like the common thread here is to keep the conversation going at all times, so the kids understand what you’re doing and why.
MK: Yes, they are very curious. They understand and want to know more. For example, children receive gifts on their birthdays and other significant events, toys that they do not necessarily choose themselves. In this situation we will talk about keeping the toys or giving them to someone else that they don’t waste. I want them to understand why giving away toys is a good thing to do, because they will be used by children who appreciate them.

When buying toys for kids, I like to buy wooden toys or other more durable options.

E! : Yes, it is so important.
MK: If one of their old clothes is very dirty or stained, we cut it up and we can use it as a rag to clean the house. It’s another way to have a versatile object.


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