We have had soooo much rain lately! One of the many reasons I went with a Square Foot Garden in my backyard is that the ground stays too wet after it rains. I’m so glad my garden is able to drain! Right now the back yard is kind of squishy. Still more rain in the forecast this week. The good thing is that I haven’t had to water anything! 🙂
Well my garden has really been growing since I last posted. My bush beans are getting huge, tomatoes are appearing and my squash, cucumbers, pumpkins are growing like weeds!
This is my garden that’s just outside my backyard. It is the first time I’ve planted anything in it. I am so happy that the plants are really thriving! I didn’t have time to prepare the soil as I would have liked, but I did manage to add a couple bags of compost. In this garden I have my raspberry starts, 2 pumpkin plants, 2 zuchinni plants, 2 watermelons and 1 acorn squash. I figure they can all go wild growing everywhere. 🙂
I can’t wait until we are able to pick some of our vegges! Like I mentioned before, on my summer to-do list is to learn how to can some of the tomatoes and green beans. My kids enjoy seeing how much the plants have grown since we’ve first started our garden.
Homeschool Share has a whole lapbooking unit based around Muncha! Muncha!Muncha!. We’ll be using the printables found there.
There are also some songs, snack ideas and more found on Here.
We’ll also be taking some ideas from Totally Tots: Once Upon a Book-Muncha!Muncha!Muncha!
After we do some fun gardening things this week, I hope to bring the kids to our local musuem where they have a World War II canning and Victory Garden display. We saw part of the garden when they first planted it, but I’m sure it is huge now!
So that’s on our list for some Big Summer Fun! Don’t forget to link up your summer plans for the past couple of weeks on our Big Summer Fun Blog Hop. I plan to post this weekly through the summer on Mondays.