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The garden, a children’s game


The garden is a game perfect for kids. Planting and maintaining a garden of fruit and vegetables is a gardening game educational and perfect for spending time together. Teach your children how to develop love for the green and the environment.

Gardening can be an ideal tool for kids young and old. A creative and fun way to help your children to grow.

The benefits of gardening on children

Children can benefit from the garden in many ways.

  • Gardening develops the rare virtue of patience
  • Improves skills
  • It allows and encourages children to explore
  • Create a kind of positive connection between the child and the environment
  • It helps to respect other living things
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What teaches gardening to children?

  • Firstly respect for the environment
  • To love nature
  • Respect for our planet

Caring for a garden – big or small – it is also a time of great unity between parent and child. The children not only learn the growth of flowers, fruits or vegetables, but also experience and set in motion all the senses. These experiences, along with the hard work, encourage children to respect the environment and learn how you can change things by working hard.

You may also like to read: 10 tips for home gardening

Gardening games: Happiness and health for all

How many parents are face the problem that very often children do not eat vegetables? The young are more likely to enjoy healthier foods if they grow themselves. Planting and maintaining a garden fruits and vegetables is a game for children that will feel a sense of accomplishment when there are results, and the child will be more likely to explore different tastes of curiosity.

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Tips for gardening with children

If you have a garden you cannot start with a small outdoor space, this by arranging:

  • Some large plates
  • A planter
  • A cassette of wooden planter

You can start with houseplants and water plants outside and then work to build your own private garden.

If you have a garden, do not forget to dress appropriately, light and comfortable and above all protect the child from the sun with sunscreen, wide-brimmed hats and gardening gloves.

Children have a small hand, but the important thing is that a green thumb will become great!

About Gifford

Hi, I am Gifford Chowdhury; I am an entrepreneur, father, mentor and adventurer passionate about life. At this moment, I am working with depression and anxiety; here is my blogs how to recover from anxiety and how to fight with anxiety. I hope everyone will like my blogs.

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