Children are fascinated watching things grow! Getting children involved in the garden provides great opportunities for them to learn about nature, growing plants, and different types of vegetables and flowers. And it’s a great way to incorporate outdoor activities! Here are some ideas to do with the children: Continue reading
by Cora Miller
Do you struggle finding things to do with the children during the summer? Look no further! Here is a list of ideas to keep the children (and you!) from getting bored:
1. Prepare Fruit “S’mores” as a cool refreshing treat! Stack graham crackers, cream cheese (or yogurt), and fruits such as strawberries, bananas, peaches, and blueberries.
2. Plant herbs. Children are fascinated watching things grow! Use small pots to plant different herbs to grow inside. Have the children check on their plants periodically to see how they change.