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Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Elsewhere Online: Indoor Gardening Projects for Kids

seed packets, garden map, old couchImage by cafemama via Flickr

I am always looking for garden projects for kids, so when I saw this one come through my RSS feeds, I knew I wanted to share it with everyone here. There are 3 projects which can help to keep your kids (and you, too) entertained on those cold, damp and possibly snowy days.You can read about a germination experiment I did with my son a few years ago. We had a good time and it includes pictures and everything.

Read: The Seeds of Time


Indoor Gardening Projects for Kids

When I was a tiny child, I remember proudly bringing home a paper cup full of dirt and bean seeds.

I would watch anxiously for the first peep of the stem pushing through the soil.

Years later, I still enjoy watching new plants grow.

Gardening can teach children so many skills. They learn about science, patience, math and more. You donít have to wait until summer, either. There are many gardening projects that can be started indoors year-round - especially inviting in the bleak winter months.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Miss Nessa said...

Thanks for sharing my blog post :) I believe it's very important (and fun!) if you can get kids growing their fruits and veggies - it often makes them more willing to eat them. It also teaches them science, math, patience, hard work and all sorts of other life skills. :)

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