Do you have a little spot of dirt for your kids to garden in? If not, today I’d like to challenge you to think about your outdoor spaces and see if you can come up with a spot that’s just for the kids. It can be anything from a large plot to a couple of planters. Gardens Beds, Kids Garden029, Outdoors Gardens, Kids Outdoor, Gardens Spaces, Kids Gardens 029, Outdoor Natural Plays, Outdoor Spaces, Plants Kids
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I need to build ten of these pallet privacy fences in my backyard to cover open parts where neighbors can peek through. Unsure if I would leave it natural colored or if I would prefer to spray paint it black so it would absorb more heat to the plants.
Gardening offers everything a teacher could want when developing curriculum to draw children into their world. As in other fertile curriculum topics, gardening provides opportunities for children to develop socially and emotionally, individually and as a community. The work involved in gardening supports children’s physical development, nourishes all their senses, and helps them learn to slow down and observe carefully.