7. Teamwork is essential
“When I was a kid, my dad would leave the electric bill out so we could see the charges from last month and the current month,” says Aliche. “Then if we saved money month-to-month, he’d contribute to our family vacation pot.”
She also added that: “it was a way for him to engage the whole family with decisions we made throughout the house, like turning off the lights or taking shorter showers. And let me tell you: It worked!”
Playing is probably the most efficient way to teach your kids or grand kids a lesson. For example, playing hide and seek just before bedtime could be a fun and smart way to teach your little ones to turn off the lights.