Although originally made for those with specific needs in mind, everyone benefits from a sensory garden. By designing your garden to appeal to each of your five senses, you can create a relaxing atmosphere for you and, particularly, your children to enjoy. Here are 6 Tips for creating a sensory garden for your kids.
In the depths of a dark winter, with temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, summer may seem too far in the distance to contemplate. However, now is the time to start your preparations to make sure it is tip-top in time to get the most out of your garden this summer. With perfect planning and development, you’ll get a much longer season too so don’t delay!
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When the weather is nice, or even just dry, getting everyone outside, working together to blitz the garden can be both productive and lots of fun. Here are a few ideas.
The children love being outdoors. I wrote recently about the positive effects on behaviour from being outside. I honestly think it makes a huge difference, but getting outdoors doesn’t have to mean going somewhere else.
The children love to be at home, but out in the garden, and whilst they love to play on their bikes and scooters, bounce on the trampoline and get all kinds of messy in the sand pit and mud kitchen, they equally love just helping out.
Gardening is an excellent way to teach your little ones some new practical skills, as well as boosting their immune system and giving them some extra sunlight after school.
Ready to introduce your little one to the great outdoors? It’s a very respectable thing to do as a parent, but it’s also risky – younger children aren’t developed enough to avoid the dangers of a garden, or even to know what those dangers actually are in the first place. Thanks to Fylde Grass, we’ve been able to put together a brief guide on making a garden that’s safe for all ages.
Are your children fans of the garden? We’ve been spending a lot of time in the garden lately thanks to the lovely weather we’ve been having. Families can make the most of the good weather this school half term, by getting involved in all the fun of National Children’s Gardening week. That’s right, there’s even an […]