After some years, children get older and they quit their toys and clothes. Is your basement overflowing with their old stuff? It is time to get rid of them and make some extra money! How? Here we give you some times to recycle your children’s stuff and make some money.

You should get some time and do something nice for the environment, fo r the economy and for your family. You only need some time to fix and clean them, wash the clothes and iron them. It might be a good idea to find out where your closest children’s store might be or find out if you have a thrift store for children in your area. Also, you can go to a charity or set your own garden sale. You can sell everything that can be recycled or reused from balls, blocks, board games, boats, cars, dolls, kites, planes, teddies, scooters, trains, roller skates, skipping ropes, puzzles, tricycles, marbles and puppets to romper suits, t-shirts, nappies, nighties, mobiles, cradles, bouncers, walkers, potties, baby seats, rattles and teething rings. It takes some time to muddle through the old things but it is worth the extra effort.

A great way to start your family on the road to living a green life is to recycle the old things from shoes to toys. It is a great way to help the environment and there are many other ways in which you can do this. As we mentioned, thrift stores are a great choice. Besides, you can sell them to a resale shop and this way you will get some spending cash.  Having a garage sale means to post the items on craigslist. You will need some extra space at home while preparing everything before selling. Also, you can take your items (the recyclable ones) to a center which pays for them For example; the broken plastic toys can be taken to a place or organization dedicated to recycle plastic materials.

Remember that recycled materials need to be separated from the ones that cannot be recycled. This way, you will be helping to reduce the pollution and the amount of waste, teaching your children something nice and making some extra money!

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