Play in the Garden
Fun Projects for Kids to Enjoy Outdoors
|Format||Paperback / softback|
|Book Size||228 x 210|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Subject Classification||Children's & young adult: general non-fiction / Practical interests (Children's/YA) / Gardening (Children's/YA)|
Kids don't have the patience or the interest in having their own garden patch, they just want to have fun!
Sarah O'Neil's series of clever outdoor projects will get kids outside throughout the growing season, having fun in the vegetable garden. While learning to grow vegetables is covered in the book, the focus is on various cool projects to make and do with and without the help of grown-ups, and kids will discover at the end that they have learned a lot about gardening. There's text and side-bars for kids and grown-ups.
Beginning in the spring, they can get their hands dirty testing soil, fool the birds with stone strawberries, race Jack up the beanstalk, stir pots of stinky weed brew, grow plants for free, create a pirate map and find buried treasure, craft corn dolls, design their own stepping stones, and more.