Gloucester, MA (PRWEB) November 5, 2010
The Adventures of Scuba Jack announces the release of their latest activity book, Rainforests. Rainforests introduces children to one of Earth's most amazing ecosystems and the wondrous creatures that dwell within, and teaches them that they are not too young to make a difference in the world. Today's children are tomorrow's world leaders, and educating them on preserving the rainforests, respecting our environment is critical to the long term security and protection of our natural resources.
Countless studies and articles have all revealed the same thing: rainforests are disappearing at an alarming rate. The good news is that there are a lot of people who want to save rainforests and are working tirelessly to accomplish just that. The bad news is that saving the rainforests is not going to be easy. It will take the efforts of many people working together in order to ensure rainforests and the flora and fauna living in them will be around for our children to benefit from. Rainforests provide a home to many plants and animals, help stabilize the world’s climate, protect against flood, drought and erosion, and are a source for medicines and foods.
Children are the future of the world, and educating them about the rainforests and the destruction they face is critical to saving them. The children of today are the adults of tomorrow and they will be making critical choices and decisions that affect our planet. A key part of saving rainforests and the environment is encouraging all people to live in ways that do less harm to the world around them. Driving fuel efficient cars, conserving water, turning off extra lights, and recycling are all ways that you can teach children to reduce their impact on the environment and the world. Supporting companies that operate in ways that minimize damage to our planet and comply with rules and regulation established to protect not only rainforests but ecosystems throughout the world will set a memorable example for children.
Kids learn through example. They need to see how protecting and preserving the earth is important to us, not just by our words, but by our actions as well. Children know that protecting our planet is important, but they don't always know how they can make a difference or what they can do. Setting examples at home and at school will help them learn the many ways that they can help make a difference every day.
It is the goal of The Adventures of Scuba Jack to teach children to develop a relationship with the natural environment. It is the responsibility of today’s adults to teach children what they need to help save our planet, not only for themselves and their children, but for many generations to come. The more children experience nature and its wonders, the more environmentally concerned and active they are likely to become.
In an effort to introduce children to rainforests and the amazing creatures that live within them, The Adventures of Scuba Jack has created a learning activity book called Rainforests that is filled with crafts, activities and worksheets about rainforest animals that are sure to delight. Children will practice thinking, writing, counting and fine motor skills, all while having fun. The Adventures of Scuba Jack's goal is to introduce children to their role as stewards of our planet, while fostering an understanding and appreciation of the world around them. Protecting the environment is critical to the conservation of precious natural resources and the continued health of our world and teaching the children of today is an important step towards insuring a future commitment to global preservation from the leaders of tomorrow.
For more information please visit http://www.adventuresofscubajack.com
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