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Help your child plant a √Ętea garden": a garden made of herbs for making teas.
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Create a bee garden to help shelter bees in your area.
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Instead of the traditional egg hunt, try this creative variation that will result in a beautiful Easter garden.
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Help your kindergartener add some flair to the family garden with pencil pinwheels!
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Plant a mini herb garden and teach your child about science and nature.
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If your mom loves gardening and plants, make her a Mother's Day garden decoration perfect for displaying in her yard!
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Give snack time a fresh floral touch with this flower-shaped garden snack, perfect for tea parties with your preschooler!
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Teach your child the meaning of recycle and reuse by repurposing plastic spoons as plant markers for your vegetable garden.
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It's easy to plant your own in-home container garden! This planter contains pizza-themed herbs and is a perfect early gardening activity for kindergarteners.
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Here's a simple and fun kindergarten or first grade gardening activity: grow a miniature container garden in a paper egg carton. Great for kinesthetic learners.
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Being a kid is hard work. Soothe stresses and calm fears with this DIY Zen garden -- all you need is sand, stones and a shoebox.
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Try this fun garden graphing project with your kindergartener this summer to give him a leg up in math and science while spending some valuable time outdoors!
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The garden is the perfect place to practice math and science with preschoolers. Get digging (and counting, sorting, observing at the same time!)
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In this activity, your kid has your permission to get his socks nice and filthy. In fact, it's a necessity, because those socks are going to make a garden.
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When the wind starts blowing, you and your child can plant a sponge garden in the comfort of your own kitchen. Here's how:
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... drama happens out of sight, underground! That's where this science craft comes in. With a few simple materials, you can make a “garden view box&rdquo...
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... in a garden book or seed catalog. Now explain to your child that for each row of seeds you plant, you need to make a little sign with a picture and a word. Then...
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Your child grows a green thumb and flowers with this seed planting activity that also celebrates the 100th day of school!
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... garden. What happens when you give kids dirt, a shovel, and a squirting hose? Chances are, a little chaos, and a lot of fun. Now, with summer here, you can add even...
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... of the garden. It's a great way for your child to spend some quality time outdoors during the warm summer months making art and gaining inspiration from the...

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