Kids are curious by nature, and they learn so much from reading, listening, and exploring. The backyard is a great place to teach your kids about soils, vegetables and fruit. You can make it fun by letting them explore the plants in their natural environment.   Hayley has found it so helpful to expose Liv to their backyard garden, where she can feel the soil, watch vegetables grow, and pick the produce they’ll cook with later. πŸ₯•πŸ₯¬πŸ…   Do you have a garden? What are you growing?

meaningfullliving

074 days ago

Kids are curious by nature, and they learn so much from reading, listening, and exploring. The backyard is a great place to teach your kids about soils, vegetables and fruit. You can make it fun by letting them explore the plants in their natural environment. Hayley has found it so helpful to expose Liv to their backyard garden, where she can feel the soil, watch vegetables grow, and pick the produce they’ll cook with later. πŸ₯•πŸ₯¬πŸ… Do you have a garden? What are you growing?

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nikala_smith

Yes! I have about 6000sqft of garden space. I grow all thatll grow here and that we like! Tomatoes, peppers, herbs, carrots, onions, potatoes, squashes, strawberries, raspberries, and most importantly, All the flowers in amongst them 🀩