Thanks to Teddy Bears and Cardigans for this guest post on growing cress hair. It’s such a simple but fun thing to do with young children. I love doing crafts with my grandson, Bear, and he loves them too. We especially enjoy anything that involves gardening. Bear thinks that seeds only grow flowers, and at 2 years […]
Gardening with children is great fun whatever their age. Now that the weather is starting to warm up why not involve the children and ‘grow your own’?
Children learn through their senses – gardening and cooking are both perfect for doing just that. Think of the textures, smells, sounds, colours and tastes.
The Children’s Food Trust Big Cookathon is an annual event where the aim is to get the nation cooking.
There are many great reasons to grow Rocket which is also known as Arugula, Rucula and Italian cress!
Did you know that the last Saturday in January every year is National Seed Swap Day?
There are so many new skills children can develop and learn about science and nature from growing their own food.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have fresh home grown herbs on hand even during the winter?
Outside in the garden is a wonderful place to encourage play and learning. Why not share the joy of gardening with your child?
Growing herbs with children is great fun and a lovely way to spend quality time with your children.
Chives are the smallest and most delicate member of the onion family.
Using herbs in cooking with children can be so much fun!