Earth Hero Science Camp is suitable for 4 years old and above, and can take as long as it takes to complete all the lessons.

In this story, Alfa receives a message asking for help from the future. Your children, together with Alfa and his friends will journey into the future world to help save the earth from total destruction.

Children will learn what it means to save the future earth through 9 hands-on activities and a few other extended activities.

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Open for kindergarten/preschool centres. Free Teachers training! Stand a chance to win Earth Hero tee during our teachers training session!

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Existing customers: Contact your designated PICs

First time customers: 603 8052 5198

Earth Hero is ALFA and Friends’ this year’s Science Camp effort to instill the culture of conservation among children. Our mission begins with ALFA receiving a message from the future asking for help. Mother Earth is dying and ALFA then take it upon himself to help. Together with ALFA and his Friends, follow their journey to the future to help improve the polluted environments by introducing these small acts of conservation that we can easily incorporates in our everyday lives.

Watch through Eco-bot’s 360° futuristic device to see how these small acts of conservation can impact the environments over time.

When it comes to saving the Earth, a little can go a long way.

It’s time to Hero Up!

If you’re wondering what you can do to help, let us tell you, every little bit of help matters! Going green is easier than you think. There’s little things that you can do every day to help reduce greenhouse gases and make a less harmful impact on the environment. Protecting our planet starts with you. Together we can make a difference!

In that spirit, these are a few ridiculously easy things you and your children can incorporates in your daily routine to help keep Mother Nature whole.

Stop increasing the Earth’s temperature

What can I do?

  • Plant trees. They help absorb the carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere, create shade, give shelter and also provide consumable food over its lifetime.
  • Drive car less: walk, ride or take a bus where you want to go. Carpooling is also a great way to help the environment as well as spending more time with your friends and family.
  • Keeping your tires properly inflated can improve the fuel efficiency of your car, which keeps a lot of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. Using radial tires helps too.

Work together so they doesn’t run out

  • Don’t waste water. Reduce your bathing time, install a low-flow shower head. Turn off the water in the sink while shaving or brushing your teeth. Fix leaky pipes.
  • Remember to turn off your television, stereo, computer, fans, and lights when you are not using them. Replace regular light bulbs in your home with LED light bulbs.
  • Stop animal cruelties, don’t buy animal products. Most animals are killed for their fur and skin which leads to the threat of extinction of these poor animals.
  • Buy organic and locally grown foods. Avoid processed items. Eat low on the food chain, at least one meat-free meal a day. 18 percent of the greenhouse gas emissions come from meat and dairy.

Eliminate waste and protect the environment

  • Shop with a re-usable shopping bag. The come in a wide variety of stylish shapes and prints, making shopping a bit less routine, more fun and they won’t end up in a landfill or other places where wildlife can become entangled in them or eat them.
  • Invest in Water Bottles; there are so many cool water bottles available that you can use over and over again to help reduce plastic pollution. Instead of bringing plastic wrapped lunch, pack a healthy homemade lunch in a reusable container. Don’t generate waste with a plastic fork or plastic takeout container.
  • Recycle: separate garbage cans from glass, paper, plastic, aluminum, wood, organic matter, natural fabrics, synthetic fabrics and rubber.
  • Go paperless; with the fluidity of digital platforms today, there’s no need for any of our bills or mail to be in paper form. It’s less piles of paper to have to recycle.
  • Start a compost at your house for all your fruits and vegetable peelings and scraps. Composting is very good for the land because it is full of nutrients and you can also use the compost to fertilize your own garden.

Show Earth we are grateful for what we have

  • Water your yard, or outdoor plants early or late in the day to reduce evaporation.
  • Bring your own ceramic cup/coffee mug at work: avoid using disposable cups to reduce waste.
  • Spend time in the great outdoors: go outside and play – there are many great things that you can do outside, not only will the earth love you for being outside but you’ll feel great playing out in the fresh air.
  • Keep neighborhood free of garbage: do your part by making sure you don’t leave your garbage lying around – put in the recycling or garbage where it belongs. If you want to do a huge thing for Planet Earth, plan a garbage pick-up at your school and involve all your family and friends to clean up the area where you play.
  • Adopt an animal. There are thousands of dogs and cats who get euthanize daily because they are unwanted. Save a life, give them a home.
  • Donate money to Earth causes: websites like PAWS, ASPCA, WWF lets you sponsor animals and causes with monetary donations. Help them help conserve the Earth from the comfort of your own home.

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