How To Introduce Gardening & Help Your Child Identify Plants And Flowers

“Gardening doesn’t have to be expensive, complicated, or time-consuming. With just a few minutes per week, you can grow a simple garden project with your child. It’s much better to grow a small garden successfully than plan an unrealistic larger project that ends with poor results.”

Engage your child with simple gardening ativities

“Look Ma’am! The mustard seeds have sprouted in my pot,” said Siddharth excitedly to his teacher.

A few days ago, during a gardening session at school, Siddharth sowed the mustard seeds he had brought from home. Today, he got the fruits of sown seeds, a beginning to new life, the most important lesson children learn get from gardening. Kids get firsthand experience of life nurtured by themselves.

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