As Australia’s most trusted child care comparison site, Toddle is committed to a more sustainable future.
With this in mind, Toddle is pleased to announce the release of our new children’s storybook today, called ‘Go Green with Morph’.
PLUS our brand new Toddle Green Awards have launched today too.
Toddle’s ‘Go Green with Morph’ children’s storybook
Morph is Toddle’s green Little Monster, a colour that children associate with the environment and sustainability. Morph is the hero of the story, and shows his friends how to be ‘green’ by picking up rubbish, recycling, saving water and planting seeds.
Using bright and colourful illustrations and an engaging rhyme, children will learn about all the ways that they can help the environment, starting today. This is a great book to read to your children as it shows that even if you’re small, you can make a difference.
Read the book below by clicking on the bottom right hand corner of the pages to turn over. You can also download your own copy to colour in and read another time, using the link below.
After the success of Toddle’s first storybook The Boogers Are Coming in 2020 which aimed at educating children with COVID health tips, Toddle Founder and CEO, Arthur Charlaftis knew he was onto a winning platform for reaching and engaging with children.
‘Storytelling is a great way for messages to be passed down to children,’ he said. ‘Toddle’s Little Monsters do a much better job than us adults at telling children to recycle or not to waste water.’
Toddle Green Awards to find Australia’s greenest child care centre
As Australia’s most trusted child care comparison site, Toddle has many insights into what parents are looking for when they search for care for their little ones. Sustainability programs are becoming more and more common in centres (and are popular with parents), with children learning that their actions can have a big impact.
A key part of our partnership with Millennium Kids is the Toddle Green Awards, which will highlight the amazing things that child care centres are doing in the area of sustainability. Centres can enter for their chance to win terrific prizes, including a $2,000 Bunnings voucher.
If you know a child care centre that is doing great things in terms of sustainability, why not encourage them to enter our competition?
It might be an innovative recycling project, a paddock to plate nutrition program, a new veggie garden, a worm farm, or installation of solar panels. Small changes can make a big difference, and we want to celebrate that.
With every child care centre in Australia on our comparison site, Toddle can help to make finding child care easier. All the information you need is presented in an unbiased way, including ratings, reviews, testimonials, fees, current availability, photos and videos, tour booking enquiries, and more. And it’s free to use, no catches.
Start your search for child care here with Australia’s most trusted child care comparison site, Toddle.
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