Create a smore station for your next cookout! Gather all the toppings and place them around a stand with marshmallows already placed on roasting sticks. Instant centerpiece and dessert all in one!!
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Kick spring into high gear by planting a garden with your kiddos this month. It is a great way to get your kiddos excited about eating more fruits and vegetables. Here are some helpful tips to get you started!
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1. Get them involved! Kids love to dig in dirt & get there little hands dirty. Get them involved right from the start. Let them help you select what your going to grow and actually plant the seeds in the dirt. Lettuce, green beans, and tomatoes are all easy to grow and do not require a lot of maintenance. For flowers, marigolds are a good pick!
2. Think small. When gardening with kids think small. Use small tools, small jobs and small attention spans. It’s important to encourage your child to be involved in the entire process. Planting, watering, weeding, and harvesting. Make it doable for them. Your garden can grow a little bit each year as your children get older.
3. Life Lessons. Growing something will give your kiddos a sense of accomplishment. It will also help you spend some quality time outside together. More importantly, if you let them help you harvest the vegetables they might even be tempted to eat them! They did grow them themselves!