We are having a great time watching our garden grow already this summer. Can’t wait to start snacking and that’s the whole reason we garden in reality. We love having our kids in the garden with us, gardening is teaching them more about life and science than a book is going to tell them about the process.
Remember this: Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn. – Benjamin Franklin
Plus kids like to snack, and they can be huge veggie fans.
Kids in the Kitchen – Gardening
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Making a salad from fresh garden vegetables is great way to show how tasty vegetables are, to practice cutting with knifes, as well as the growing of food.
You can find more posts about gardening with your kids all over Forgetful Momma. It’s something we love to do!
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