Gardening with Kids- Grassy Garden Gnomes


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Gardening with Kids- Grassy Garden Gnomes

Credit to: gardentherapy.ca

“Patience is a virtue. One that I don’t possess. And neither do most young children. Sometimes gardening can be particularly frustrating for a 5-year-old when the seed she planted on Tuesday hasn’t done ANYTHING by Wednesday.

Enter grass seed. Grass seed sprouts quickly and this fun project is perfect for the littlest ones among us to get a little craft on, then see the grass growing within a few days.  After a week, the grass is usually long enough to put into ponytails or give a buzz cut, depending on your stylistic tendencies.”

Are you looking for a fun way to get the kids interested in gardening? How about growing these fun Grassy Garden Gnomes? They’re a simple and inexpensive activity that is fun for whiling away an afternoon and the grass will grow quickly so that the kids stay interested. How fun!

Gardening with Kids- Grassy Garden Gnomes

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