Strawberries are a super choice when you’re gardening with children. They’re easy to grow, taste delicious and come autumn it’s easy to get more, free, plants from their runners. Here’s how to grow strawberries in containers along with a fun idea combining science and senses.
A favourite spot in our garden classroom, this fairy garden design is great for promoting magical imaginary play, and a delight for the senses.
How to make a fairy garden for magical imaginary play
Please welcome another of our super guest writers to NurtureStore. Today Stephanie from Twodaloo is bringing us a gorgeous toddler craft idea where the process of making it is just a fabulous as the finished product: a wonderful toddler-created clay pot garden sculpture.
Toddler crafts :: garden sculpture [Read more…]
Are you planning any Earth Day activities on April 22nd? Celebrated around the world, Earth Day is a great time to pause and reflect the impact you, your kids and your family have on the earth.
Earth Day activities: grow a meadow indoors! [Read more…]
Spring has sprung! Here are some important garden activities for April that will help you get your garden blooming and set you up for a great year of gardening with your children.
Garden Activities for April [Read more…]
Here’s a guide to easy plants to grow with children to get them started on ‘My First Garden’.
Easy plants to grow with children [Read more…]
Welcome to our gardening club! We hosted our first session with some planting and journalling. Here are some tips on how to grow sunflowers with children, to get the most fun and learning from gardening.