Fairytale Dress from Recycled Children’s Books

April 5, 2011 / No Comments

Children’s books are no longer just comic. In what could prove to be an additional excitement to the whole kids’ scene, Boston based designer Ryan Novelline has weaved a gorgeous gown from pages taken from discarded children’s books. The brand new attempt has placed Ryan Novelline among the top-class ‘green designers’.

Kids Spend Almost 55 Hours With Digital Media Weekly

January 20, 2010 / No Comments

Children today are being raised in a world where they're surrounded by media - while that's easily a good thing, it also has it negative aspects - some children get so hooked on to the various forms of entertainment that they end up spending the majority of their time in front of the TV or computer. In a study released by ...

The Taga – Stroller and Tricycle Folded Into One

May 14, 2009 / 2 Comments

For those who wish to make exercise more fun than labor and also for those who are in the habit of making excuses to shun exercise, here is a tempting idea from the Dutch that combines taking your baby/babies along with you while you exercise. The makers of the Taga — which is a combination of a stroller and a bicycle, ...

Nickelodeon Campaign Will Turn Kids Green

March 14, 2008 / No Comments

If we want our kids to become environmental conscious citizens, campaigns like Nickelodeon's "The Big Green Help" are great. It was designed to make children aware that we need to live a greener life and use gaming and grassroots activities to teach them about recycling, reusing waste and so on. "We know that kids can truly be agents of change on ...