Welcome to Day 4 of our preschool science series. Today Deborah Stewart from Teach Preschool is sharing a simple preschool experiment to do in class or at home. It would also make a nice Mother’s Day gift! Thank you Deborah for showcasing this flower observation activity. This simple flower activity is a wonderful way to […]
Our Summer Garden
My garden is looking a little over-grown at the moment. We’ve had lots of rain during the month of June and the plants loved it. In this mess of green I have beans, some herbs, a couple of cucumbers and lots of tomatoes. My two other beds are full of tomato plants, green peppers and […]
My Garden is Growing!
Thanks to some help from my parents and kids, I finally have most of the garden in now. It has been soooo rainy here that I thought I’d never get the planting done. A fun, unexpected surprise were these two new square foot boxes. Last year I just tried to grow things in the ground, […]
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Not much has changed in my garden since the first garden update. We’ve had lots of rainy and cold weather. After Mother’s Day is usually when it is safe to start planting in my area. I did venture over to my Square Foot Garden today to see what would need to be done and found: […]
Little Ones Learning About Plants
We are still anxiously awaiting the right time to plant in my neck of the woods. The garden centers and do-it-yourself stores are putting out their garden wares, and soon my kids will help plant our garden. So while we wait, I thought that now would be a good time to learn about plants, gardens, […]