It's that time of year. We've planted some of our seedlings indoors, fruit trees are being ordered, and my vegetable & herb gardens are plotted.
This time around, with my littlest one almost 4-years old, I'm going to do more "Kid Gardening" stuff.
We want to make:
sunflower house, which I've tried before, but someone *cough* mowed over my flowers, by mistake!
Cucumber trellis (I plan to do the A-frame, to make a tunnel of sorts!)
That means I have some wood to buy and building to start. The kids will help plan, measure, hammer (what boy doesn't love that?!) I'm tellin' you, this is the best way to sneak in extra learning in the afternoons!
Then there's the Gardening Journal, which goes perfectly with our Charlotte Mason hands-on science! Don't miss all of her printable forms at the bottom!
We're also going to do a small butterfly garden, and a seed-starting experiment with baseball sleeves hung in the windows.
Any other ideas??