Gardening Lab for Kids

Gardening Lab for Kids

52 Fun Experiments to Learn, Grow, Harvest, Make, Play, and Enjoy your Garden

Book - 2014
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A source of ideas to help children learn how to grow their own garden encourages families to enjoy nature and features fifty-two creative plant-related activities set into weekly lessons. --Publisher's description.
Publisher: Beverly, Mass. : Quarry Books, 2014.
ISBN: 9781592539048
Branch Call Number: X635 BROWN
Characteristics: 136 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm.


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PimaLib_SheilaB Mar 26, 2018

Fascinating projects with easy 1-2-3 steps, this book will appeal to the middle-aged child.

Some of the projects in the book include Seeds-in-a-Bag, starting seeds in an egg carton, making your own seed tape, building bird feeders, and it shows how to make rock bugs. Fun, themed garden ideas are also offered, like how to design a fairy garden. Besides the projects, this book explains gardening terms, and tools.

This book has enough activities to keep a child entertained during the entire summer!

Also, it is part of the "Hands on Family" series of books.


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