A reader just left questions as part of her comment on the last post. She wanted to know if I offer gardening ideas for kids? And at what age should she start introducing her kids to gardening?
As soon as kids can get into your garden (whether you’re still carrying them or they’re toddling in) that’s when you start — ready or not.
Kids are so easy.
You don’t have to do much to teach them. Just be yourself and enjoy them and your garden. They’ll learn from simple happenings that you won’t even notice; at least until it surfaces at a future date.
They always want to “help” and be part of what Mom or Dad (or Grandma and Grandpa) are doing.
Nothing has to be complicated or hard.
They’ll find simple things (like a bug) fascinating. And they’ll have LOTS of questions. Keep your answers simple. Nothing long or involved.
To help You with Ideas:
I’ve written nine short posts that deal with kids in one way or the other. For your convenience I’ve listed them below.
You’ll get at least one laugh and smile out of each post. And hopefully you’ll get lots of ideas about how your child can learn in the garden.
Include your kids in your gardening whenever they want to be there no matter what their age. Not every child will take to the garden like you do. But you still might be amazed at what sticks and will help them in the future.
Suggested Reading to help you with your kids AND give you a smile:
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