Spring Family Fun: Grab the Kids and Go Dig in the Dirt

Gardening with kids
Spring has sprung! It’s time to take the kids outside for some sunshine, vitamin D, and fun in the garden. I love to garden with my kids. It’s so rewarding because you can teach them a life skill, give them an appreciation for how food and plants grow, but most importantly have time to talk and connect with each other. Plus, you can get the kids working on those basil and tomato plants so I can eat bruschetta all summer. YUM!

Here’s a round-out of my favorite tips and ideas on how to get outside and garden with your kids or grand kids.


Do you like to garden with your kids or grand kids? What projects do you work on? Please leave me a comment, I’d love to hear from you.

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