Now that spring has arrived, get the kids outside for gun and games with these crafts, gardening activities, and games.
Find out the surprising number of ways growing food for family meal times can benefit all your family.
Gardening is one of the most fun and rewarding activities that children can get involved with around the home. Find out how to get them involved, and what activities are best for the different developmental stages.
Tomatoes are easy to grow - all they need is sunshine, water and a bit of TLC. Encourage the kids to nurture their plants, watering them often and being vigilant against creepy-crawlies and weeds, so that when the first ripe red tomatoes are ready to pick, you'll all be able to enjoy the harvest.
Little girls love fairies. You can entice some fairies to visit by building your own fairy garden and adding some special fairy furniture like this snail mailbox. If you're lucky, the fairies might even leave you some messages in your fairy mailbox!
Kids are all about helping the environment so why not enjoy working on a project together in the garden! By building this easy and simple garden composter you and your kids will help create good soil which will grown happy and healthy plants.
Growing vegetables does not have to be just a summer activity. In temperate and warm climates, it is possible to grow lovely winter vegies, including leafy greens, to enjoy throughout the cooler months. This activity will help you teach the kids all about gardening.