We believe in the ripple effect of Early Childhood Education to empower children to actively contribute to a sustainable future.
Little Green Steps WA (LGS WA) is a unique and innovative program that partners with early childhood education providers to connect them with our hub of practical resources to achieve a lifetime of sustainable living.
This involves engagement on an individual and group basis in training and support measures, together with leading edge research, to embed 'reaching out and treading lightly' through the concepts of the "Social Handprint and Ecological Footprint".
Our people are completely dedicated to a sustainable future through practical measures built around lived experience and are driven by a desire to preserve all that is unique about our planet for future generations.
By linking to the National Quality Standard (NQS), Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and Australian Curriculum (AC) sustainable practices aren’t about adding more to your busy schedule. It can be as simple as changing how you do things in your daily activity and we show you how.
Become a Member and Receive Full Benefits
Get access to a range of features of this website available to members only, including:
Resources & activity suggestions
Green cleaning tips
- Gardening tips
Articles & publications
Plus, a membership means that you will be supporting this not-for-profit program as we continue to grow and to gain some financial independence from grant funding.
Share the journey of Booyi the talking turtle with your children during the season of Birak and find out how you can extend children's learning about turtles by purchasing the...
LOTS OF STORIES & EVENTS TO SHARE IN …. in May and June 2021
Saturday May 1st – Djirrily Dreaming – FREE cultural family learning event with Bannister Creek Landcare Group at Natures playground, Iveston Road, Lynwood – Contact Darren O’Brien to register a place
Sunday May 2nd – Woodloes Open Day ‘Living in the Past’ historic fun for kids from 4-12 years from 11am – 2pm. More information here.
EY educators perfect your Organic and Nature recycling skills on Saturdays in May (8th, 15th & 29th) by learning how to compost, worm farm and use a bokashi recycling systems at Cthe Canning River Eco Education Centre.
The Cockburn Cultural Fair is on at Harmony Oval on April 10th with plentiful kids entertainment and roaming artists so bring your families down ... More information here For...
Thinking about joining LGSWA? Here's a sneak peak of some of the hundreds of resources available in our members area!