Kids are often capable of teaching adults valuable lessons, not least of which may relate to the quality of the air that we breathe.
Students in Dover, South Carolina, are organizing adult education programs regarding the effects of vehicle emissions on the environment. The sessions take place after school as parents come to pick up their kids, The Times and Democrat reports.
"They count the cars and see how many there are that are leaving their engine running. They tell them that kids will be breathing the chemicals and ask them to try to remember to turn their engines off the next time. When the kids talk, their parents usually listen," fifth-grader Keri Kibodeaux told the news source.
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