This post is sponsored by Dasani & The Coca-Cola Company.
Teaching Kids to Not Be Wasteful – Fun with Dasani Green Caps!
I have been trying to teach my daughter about not being wasteful. It was just today when we went out to eat and I had to explain to her that she couldn’t order a particular soup because the last two times she had ordered it, she left almost all of it. I want her to be aware of not wasting food, time, and money. So learning about what Dasani’s Green Bottle Cap and their environmentally-friendly, plant-based ingredients is a lot of fun!
We LOVE buying Dasani water bottles at our house! The issue is that we often open them, replace them or don’t finish the bottles we started. The last thing I want to do is throw out the water that is left at the bottom of those bottles. The question is, “What do you do with the left over water at the bottom of your water bottles?”
4 Great Ways to Recycle Left Over Water
1. Use the extra water bottle to water your indoor plants!
2. Fill your pets water bowls!
3. Use it to water your outdoor plants and grass.
4. Add it to a water bottle in your laundry room for those tough stains you want to pre-treat.
Top Ways Dasani is Helping The Planet
Teach your kids some new words about “recycling” “PlantBottle” and “PET plastic”.
1. Up to 30% is made from plants! These are called PlantBottle technology! It is “recyclable PET plastic.”
2. 100% Recyclable
3. Less plastic in the water bottles since their 2001 bottles.
Fun ways to up-cycle your water bottles with kids crafts.
Part of teaching your kids to not be wasteful is teaching them about up cycling some stuff. What others might call trash, some might call them treasures!
1. Create a frame border by gluing them around a frame.
2. Create a picture with flowers and use the bottle caps for your design!
3. Paint them into little bugs…ladybugs, bees, and more!
4. Create a Hungry Caterpillar craft!