G kids


A first chapter book

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Budding green kids will love Herbert Peabody and his extraordinary vegetable patch.


The next gen

Tuesday, 6 March 2012

They’re the inheritors of this planet, and when it comes to the state we’re leaving it to them, they have plenty to say about it…


A – Z of eco kids

Monday, 7 November 2011

They’re the cute and cuddly inheritors of our planet, but if we’re to pass on a world that is brilliant rather than broken, we need to ensure our babies are as green, ethical and healthy as they are gorgeous.


Nature therapy

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

As we spend more and more of our lives indoors, our physical, emotional and mental health is suffering. Turns out a good dose of fresh air can give us, and our children, a lot more than a rosy glow!


The chemical child

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

We wrap them up in cotton wool, so the saying goes… but what to do when that cotton wool comes drenched in chemicals and pesticides, as with so many other products today? We wade through the topic of just how toxic our children have become.


Lessons from the vegie patch

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Growing and eating your own food is a great way to teach kids science, maths and reading, with a delicious aftertaste!

Kids holidays

Top Ten: School holiday activities

Friday, 15 April 2011

G's favourite kid-friendly eco-fun activities to keep the kids entertained in the school holidays.

Wooden Toy

Toy tug o' war

Monday, 28 February 2011

When it comes to buying playthings for the kids, is plastic or wood the more sustainable material?

Shout Out for Climate Change

Shout out for climate change

Friday, 22 October 2010

More than 2,300 school students have been inspired to create original artistic pieces to enthuse and equip Australians for climate change as part of a national competition.


Young Gardener: Get Your Hands Dirty

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

There’s weeks – possibly years – of kids entertainment in these pages, with instructions on how to grow humungous fungus, creating your own secret hideout in the garden, making your own plant-inspired wrapping paper and a favourite for all ages, hysterical shrunken heads.

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