Gardening for children is fun and rewarding and very easy.


  • Little pots Possibly do outdoors.
  • Soil Water


  1. Put gloves on to put soil in containers.
  2. Seeds of grass or a flower. To put into soil.
  3. Water and wait. It’s always exciting seeing a seedling sprout through. Accomplishment and reward. This can lead to the garden with vegetables and flowers. A small container and seed is a great place to start.


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  • Fun and easy, and a good DIY option as opposed to buying similar..


  • These are fun and educational


  • Nature sure is fun! And there’s so much learning to be done too. My grandson adores getting out in the garden planting and digging and raking. He gets so excited when he gets to pick fruit and veg from the garden and then eat it


  • Great activity for the family and teach the kids to take care of something


  • I can’t wait until my kids are old enough to do this


  • great project. Modern version of the old stocking grass heads.


  • The kids will love this one


  • Thanks, a handy reminder that kids Lke to garden.


  • yeah right.. my son loves to do gardening. he gets rewards too for them. lol. so much fun.


  • These little plants are so cute they will be lovely to have in my garden


  • Fantastic to see excited they get when the seeds opt through and start to grow


  • I remember doing similar projects when I was in primary school. Old stockings with dirt and grass seed inside. So much fun giving it ‘hair’ cuts


  • Those pots are so cute! I’ve done grass heads with my kids before but the dog kept running off with the stockings and spreading the seeds all over the garden. But pots would be a better idea


  • I love doing little plants with the kids and think it is a great way to teach them to look after something


  • Its good to plant different things that each take a different amount of time to sprout so that there is always something happening rather than a long waiting game. So fabulous to get kids out in nature and not be afraid to get a bit dirty. The feeling of dirt and mud on the hands is a wonderful sensory experience.


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