LET’S EXPLORE GARDENING is a printable guided learning journal that includes over 100 pages of flexible, fun prompts, inspiration and activities.
Available as a printed workbook here.printed workbook here.
It also includes a free colouring 29 page colouring book that will help you to understand and plan crop rotation.
View a below.(project has been updated since this video.)
You’ll have a chance to explore:
how to choose the best site for your garden
✏ planning your space
👩🌾👨🌾 gardening methods and techniques
🌱 when and how to sow different seeds
🌱 when to plant seedlings out
➡️ crop rotation
⚘ the lifecycle of a plant
🌿 perennial vegetables
🦋 how to encourage beneficial wildlife
📒 planning tasks for the year
Choose the pages you want to use and the order you want to use them in. Print them. Pop them in a file…and off you go!
I’ve set up a private Facebook group too for anyone wanting to garden with their families this year.
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The download will be delivered as 4 separate files labelled 1,2,3 and colouring pages.
I try to keep a balance between easy black and white printing and colourful inspiring pages. We put ours in a clear ring binder so that we can add our extra pages of collages, pictures, etc. easily.
Jade Richards –
We have been using this product for a few months and its wonderful, full of ideas and activities. Its also suitable for the whole family to engage with.
Thanks Jade. So pleased you like it x
Adele (verified owner) –
I bought this last year for my daughter and she has learnt a lot from reading the information. It’s going to come in useful this year as we’ve taken on an allotment and she’s going to manage her own bed using this workbook to plan it out 🙂
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Katie Haythorn (verified owner) –
I purchased this gardening packet and was so surprised by the details it covers. It’s a really beautiful way to teach about soil and it breaks down what soil is made of with a fun experiment. It also shows compost and includes a fun worm jar experiment. The artwork and the wording throughout the pages are thoughtful, cheery and fun for kids. There are pages about bugs, types of gardens and planting different types of things seasonally with space for journaling and coloring. It’s great! I highly recommend if you’re into gardening with your kids!
I’m so pleased you like it!