23 May '11, 5pm

Teaching #kids about #recycling, one candy bribe at a time: by @adavies47

Teaching #kids about #recycling, one candy bribe at a time: by @adavies47

If you mess up, no light, no candy. It's a great idea, and one that will appeal to sweet-toothed adults (such as myself) as well as children. But I wonder how practical it really is. First, I would make it a bit bigger, to increase its storage capacity. And hopefully, you can throw in multiple items (of the same type) at the same time- otherwise you end up wasting a lot of time, and have more candy on your hands that you know what to do with.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/05/a-machine-encoura...

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