Step by Step Guide with Helpful Links- Best to Garden with Your Kids!

by ParentCo. June 17, 2016

Turn off the computer, TV and video games, it’s time for hands-on, get-down and dirty family time in the garden of life. Children love when parents focus on them. Gardening is a great way to work together to teach children life’s basics...

Getting Started: Planting the Seed

Gardening takes a lot of time and work to keep plants healthy and prospering, so start small, especially if you have never gardened with children before...

Garden Planning and Layout

Make sure that your child can easily and safely reach your garden...

Suggestions For Flowers Or Vegetables To Grow

Vegetable gardens needs at least six hours of sunlight per day and well-drained, rich soil...

Sowing the Seed

In order for a seed to grow, it must be sown. First, explain to your child that the reason the seed is being planted in the hole is for it to draw nutrients from the soil...

Garden Tool List

Garden tools are a must if you want to properly care for your flowers and vegetables...

Child Safety

Always look at your garden from your child’s eyes...

Fun Gardening Activities

Kids love to be helpful. Help them have fun in the garden...

Gardening Terms Kids Should Know

Every gardener, including beginning ones like children, should know the basic terms of gardening... Full Article with Helpful Links HTTP://WWW.GARDENFOREVER.COM/PAGES/PARENTS-RESOURCE-GUIDE-TO-GARDENING-WITH-CHILDREN.HTM


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