- Light off in rooms where no one is .
- Use energy-saving light bulbs .
- Turn off electrical appliances completely when not in use. Standby mode uses more power than you think .
- Keep doors and windows closed .
When it comes to saving energy, it depends on every member of the family.
Saving energy starts at home. Everyone can join in, everyone must join in. Because saving energy in everyday life is a family matter. There are many ways to save energy in the household.
Energy is not something your child can see or touch. The electricity comes from the socket, the heating is turned up and the gasoline for the car flows from the gas pump. But all this energy must first be elaborately produced from coal, gas, oil, wind, water, sunlight and heat. Some supplies of basic materials are in short supply. The production of energy from the basic materials, as well as the transport to bring the energy to us, also cost a lot of money.
Explain to your child in an age-appropriate way what "energy" actually is and why it should be saved:
Many things can be learned more easily through play and on top of that is fun for the whole family. Here are suggestions for games you can play together with your child: