Children’s Garden Video-How to Get Started Gardening with Kids

children's garden video

Do you want to garden with your kids but don’t know where to start? Everchange Productions has produced an amazing children’s garden video for us showing the basics of how to get started with a children’s garden. You don’t have to have a green thumb to grow your own food.

It’s not that difficult to get started, you just have to know where to start. The video shares the basics of how to get everything you need together to be successful in your efforts. Basic gardening 101 information to help you find success in gardening your children’s garden even if you don’t know how to grow food at all.

Children’s Garden Video-How to Get Started Gardening with Kids

Feel free to share this video with your staff, co workers, friends, family, whoever you think might want to start a gardening project. You don’t have to be an expert to do it, you just have to start.

Seven years ago, I had two black thumbs of death, but since that time I have helped my toddlers and preschoolers grow over 3,000 pounds of food in our garden. There are a few garden basics you need to know, and the rest is up to nature. 

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Children’s garden ideas

There are so many lessons kids can learn in the garden like math, science and so much more. The sensory experiences are limitless. Gardening opens a world of possibilities.

I hope you will check it out and let it inspire you to get your hands in the dirt today!





For more information about how to grow food, check out these more in-depth videos. You can learn about building raised beds, trellises and tomato cages, take a tour of our garden bed types, and get basic gardening 101 information. You can also get all the videos in a bundle and save. 

 

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10 comments

  1. Alicia says:

    Love this Christina! This is a huge passion of mine. I homeschool and the last few months of school involve lots of gardening. We work it in to as many subjects as possible. It is very important to me that my children understand where food comes from and it is a mission of our farm to try to share the knowledge with as many people as we can.

  2. I love what you are doing at your day care. Great video!

  3. Sarah says:

    You are so inspiring, there are too many people out there losing touch with where their food comes from. You are doing a fab job.
    Cheers Sarah : o )

  4. Michael Dahl says:

    Love the instruction you provide not just on growing things with kids but also how it impacts brain development. Is there any daycare association conference you could present stuff like this at … sort of a curriculum you could help disperse?

    • I am working on that with my blog and I do speak/teach locally here in my area. I’m not a big public speaker, so we made the video to try to spread the word. Thanks so much for checking it out!

  5. I used the technique of setting up small raised beds for my two kids and they can grow anything they want. It worked tremendously. Luckily for me my kids love gardening now.

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