Added by on 2016-04-09

Have some fun with windowsill gardening this Easter! Grow cress ‘hair’ in egg shells for some Easter fun with the kids. Watch this how-to video tutorial on growing cress and grass seeds in empty egg shells. It’s so easy to do and really fun! You will need: Empty egg shells Cress seeds Cotton wool, kitchen roll or paper towels Googly eyes Markers or felt tips How to grow cress heads Cut the top off the egg shell, remove the egg and wash out. Decorate your eggshell with eyes and faces and leave to dry Place a bit of cotton wool, kitchen roll or paper towels into the shell Add water until the material is wet but not swimming in excess water Sprinkle in cress seeds Place in a sunny dry position such as on a windowsill Keep well watered Your cress seeds should sprout in a day or two. Then you can cut the hair or tie it into bunches! Enjoy Easter gardening fun with this easy indoor activity for children. More Easter gardening ideas for kids: http://bit.ly/1n8LhQh Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEaster Event at Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage, Tumacácori, AZGood Project For Kids Is Gardening How To Do Which Are Best Plants To Grow Children Gardening TipsGardening videos for children | gardening by the foot plansLet’s Cress – Johnsons Growing Kit Little Gardner’s Indoor Cress Garden – Review!Robot Farm to Harvest 30,000 Heads of Lettuce DailyCartoons for Children | Hippothesis | How Do Plants Grow | HooplaKidz Edu

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