Glorious Gifts for Kids Passionate About Gardening

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Glorious Gifts for Kids
Passionate About Gardening

The recent post on Vibrant Books for Budding Gardeners highlights wonderful fiction and non-fiction books for children. This gift guide follows on with practical ideas for green-fingered children. The suggestions will help budding gardeners get outside and learn about the gardening process.

Gardening increases our mental and emotional wellbeing, reduces stress and improves our health. Being outside, a sense of purpose and responsibility enhances our mood and self-esteem. This PBS article shows how gardening affects a child’s brain, body and soul.

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Gardening Gifts for Kids

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Most children love to get active in the garden. These gardening gift suggestions are hands-on tools that any young gardener will love. They will be eager to go outside and become active in the garden with these children friendly gifts.

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6 thoughts on “Glorious Gifts for Kids Passionate About Gardening”

  1. So cute! I love all of these gardening suggestions and they are perfect for summer. Ours has been wet and rainy so far which means all of the plants and flowers (and weeds) are growing really really quickly. I will be sure to check out the gardening sets for my little cousin.

  2. With a husband who loves to garden, I love these ideas. Our oldest son grew up gardening with his dad (when we still have a garden) and he absolutely loved it. These gift ideas are both cute and practical at the same time.

  3. I love your cute children’s gardening accoutrements! Great time of year for that (although I’m late this year getting anything but herbs in the ground). Thanks for the good ideas. 🙂

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