Getting Kids Excited About Gardening

Getting Kids Excited About Gardening

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Carrie McBride
Apr 12, 2010

We have gardening on the brain these days. The best way to get kids engaged is to get their hands dirty in the earth and help you plant, water, weed and harvest, but there are other ways to pique their interest. Here are a few to consider.

1 How about a visual reminder of your goal to keep you all inspired? Grow print by Love Natalie
2 Sharon is dreaming of the garden she wants to plant and made this page for her kids to color - you can download it too: Gardening Coloring Page by Sharon of Lovely Bud
3 Child-size gardening tools are great for helping you in the garden or for play any time of the year: Schylling Little Farmer Garden Tote with Tools
4 We were initially drawn to this book by the sprightly illustrations, but it's the High Line-inspired story that we really love. The Curious Garden by Peter Brown
5 It's been about a year since we wrote about the play garden LiEr made for her daughters and we're still wowed by it: Foam and Fabric Play Garden

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