Gardening_With_Your_Children

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Gardening With Your Children Nearly every-day on the news you hear of environmental issues and problems. While some people do care the vast majority of people are simply not concerned or may not know what they can do to change those problems around. If we want the world to really change it starts with bringing the next generation up with parenting methods that teach them healthier habits. It is heartwarming to see children involved with environment-friendly activities. One such nature- friendly activity that children could easily get involved with is gardening using natural mulches such as pine straw. When you involve your child or children in planting a garden, your child is indirectly taught the wonders of science. They learn about a plant's life cycle, and how soil preparation, water, and natural mulch can help a plant grow to its full potential. They will have that essential firsthand experience of the miracle of growth through planting a seed. Watching a tiny seed they planted themselves grow into a majestic tree teaches them the
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