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...Want to bring the green inside and teach your kids to appreciate nature at the same time? Use recycled materials to create a miniature garden inside your home. Got...
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... child's small handprints that doesn't involve tired turkeys or tubs of wet cement? Look no further than this adorable growing garden art project that features...
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...’s garden shovel Vegetable and herb plants (suggestions below) Optional: Plant label markers (purchased or handmade), acrylic paints and paintbrushes...
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...Bombs away in the garden! Making a "seed bomb" lets your junior guerrilla gardener spread flowers far and wide. Bombs away in the garden! Making a "seed bomb...
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... learn about a style of gardening that uses moss, also called “Kokedama,” to make one of her own for a “hanging string garden.” This gardening...
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... surprise attacks continue until only one player remains. It's the perfect way to cool off in the hot summer months. What You Need: Garden hose...
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...The combination of sweet, soft, juicy fruit with a crunchy, buttery brown sugar topping is irresistible, but they're easy to toss together when the garden and...
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...When your garden is overrun by zucchini and your family rebels at the prospect of eating yet another loaf of zucchini bread, turn your bumper crop into a fleet of...
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...This tactile activity helps kindergarteners learn about texture. What child wouldn’t want their own garden inside their house? Creating texture rubbings of...
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...Snakes come in all shapes and sizes, from the harmless little garden snake to the massive anaconda of the Amazon! There are venomous and nonvenomous snakes in...
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... history. What You Need: Several wooden chopsticks (about 18 total) Hot glue gun Garden pruners Pencil Permanent markers What You Do: Have your...
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... leaves begin to yellow, water it less. first grade, 1st grade, first grade activity, gardening, gardening activity, container garden, avocado plant, grow your own plant, grow avocados, garden with your kids, container garden activity...
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... simple hands-on activity to try together. What You Need: A patch of bug-filled open space such as a yard, park, or neighborhood garden Paper Pencil Ruler...
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... You Need: 3 Coffee cans Regular moist dirt from a garden Dry sand from a sandbox (collected at the same time as the dirt, under similar conditions) Black...
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... have a “seed wheel” to use as a reference for your garden this year…and for seasons to come, as well. You can also feel proud that your child has...
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...Help your kid recreate a pretty sunflower. Just grab a paper towel roll, paper plate, and some sunflower seeds, and start a spring garden! Sunflowers are...
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... given to friends that will not only delight, but grow beautiful flowers in the garden! She’ll glue and sprinkle her way to a special card that has unique...
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... Scissors Pebbles, shells, nature stickers, fabric leaves; acrylic finish   What You Do: Help your child collect vines from a yard or garden shop...
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....  Brush piles also benefit the environment by keeping yard debris out of landfills. Help your child locate a good area to build a brush pile. Near your garden...
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... your child. Bring some 4th of July spirit into your garden and celebrate the summer holiday in a creative way! Summer is a great time to plant flowers and spend...

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