The Weekly Kids’ Co-Op! Gardening With Kids

As the coolness of the Autumn air begins to creep into our evenings and the sun begins to descend earlier each night, you might think that my thoughts would begin to turn into the indoors. However, in Esperance this is a season where we reduce to be in the outdoors! The nasty sting of the summer sun begins to wane. The wind that meant being on the beach from 10am onwards was to much to bear has gone. The high summer temperatures are behind us but the days still warm enough to enjoy.

Yes, Autumn here is one our families favourite seasons!

Our Northern hemisphere friends and family are embracing the Spring with thoughts of fun outdoor activities. In Spring I wrote a post on making a vegetable garden for kids using disused water tanks. We had planted pumpkin seeds that we had collected from a previous seasons pumpkin crop. In the post I wondered if they would grow…

Pumpkin Patch…grow they did!

This week I spied 3 gardening posts in The Weekly Kids Co-Op link party.

Gardening-with-kidsI really enjoyed this post from Lemon Lime Adventures on the Sensory Benefits of Gardening With Kids.

Garden-title-700x494Five wonderful tips from Peace But Not Quiet in their post 5 tips For Gardening With Kids. I love the tip for including a garden-related gift in kids Easter baskets!

container gardeningGreat post on Container Gardening With Kids from Africa to America on the Educators Spin On It. I wonder if you could call our garden beds, container gardens?

Now it is time for this weeks The Weekly Kids Co-Op!

Heads Up: I’ll be looking for five awesome creative Easter posts to feature next week!


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