Teaching your Kids on Being More Power Friendly

Making power efficient choices is not a tread. It’s our responsibility to do our part when it comes to saving power and it’s also our responsibility to teach our kids about making better choices on power consumption and how to become more aware about going green. Here are a few things that you can do at home to teach your kids about power savings. 

Power and Friendly Chores Talk to them about how they can be more utility friendly when it comes to their chores. Kids help out in household chores like washing the dishes, taking the trash out, doing the laundry and making the beds.

Remind them about the little ways that can makes their chores more power efficient like remembering to turn the lights off after they use it and keeping the faucet closed to save water. These might sound like little things but the do make a big difference. 

Shift to Energy Friendly Bulbs Since lights take up a huge percent of the total power we use, the best thing to do is to shift to power friendly lights which can help you cut down your total power consumption to more than half. Eco-friendly bulbs started to flood the market when news about their benefits boomed. They basically use 80 to 90 percent less power a regular household bulb, like an incandescent bulb, would use.

For example, an 8 to 10 watt LED light bulb can actually replace a 100 watt incandescent when it comes to brightness. These lights also come in different colors, so you can use them to decorate your kid’s room. 

Educate Them Let them understand why it’s important to save power and make greener choice. The more open you are to them about environmental concerns, the easier it is for them to become conscious about taking care of the environment. It’s a collective cause that heavily benefits the younger generation. Inquiries and questions are welcomed.

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