"Going green" means adopting a lifestyle that helps conserve resources and reduce waste. Sounds serious, but these 44 puzzles that encourage recycling, reuse, and other environmentally smart practices make it seem like fun and games! The collection offers a diverse mix of mazes, crosswords, follow-th... read more
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"Going green" means adopting a lifestyle that helps conserve resources and reduce waste. Sounds serious, but these 44 puzzles that encourage recycling, reuse, and other environmentally smart practices make it seem like fun and games! The collection offers a diverse mix of mazes, crosswords, follow-the-dots, and other activities, plus solutions and simple ecology tips. It's an easy way for kids to learn how to do their part for the planet!
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