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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowfamily Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowfamily Growing a garden for elementary kids is an excellent opportunity to get those kids interested in science. Learn about information on growing a garden for elementary kids with help from a former family case worker for CPS in this free video clip. Expert: Christina Gavenda Filmmaker: Nathanael Rittichier Series Description: You can do a wide variety of things, from handmade clothes to crafts projects, using tools that you probably already have around the house. Get tips on taking care of your kids and doing crafts with them with help from a former family case worker for CPS in this free video series. http://www.smartappsforkids.com/2012/12/dr-pandas-veggie-garden.html Grow your own virtual veggies without the dirt under your fingernails. Another winner from Dr. Panda, this endless loop of gardening mini-games will keep your small ones occupied for ages. Plus they won’t track their muddy boots across your clean kitchen floor. Now, although this is called Dr Panda’s Veggie Garden, there is a good array of both vegetables AND fruit to be grown – corn, raspberries, tomatoes, strawberries, bananas, wheat, oranges, potatoes, carrots, apples, blueberries, coconuts – the list goes on, I’m sure there are some I’ve forgotten. The form of the game is endlessly linear so there’s no chance that a young player will get confused – there’s nowhere to get lost. Each crop turns up randomly. 2012-12-12 16.39.08There’s a certain amount of realism in the game and every fruit/veg has a particular sequence of events that need to be completed before the crop can be harvested. For example, growing apples requires digging out the hole, planting the apple tree seedling, filling the hole, watering it in (here’s where some nifty ‘time lapse’ goes on – the tree quickly grows leaves and small green fruit while being watered). Next […]

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  • Sheds Direct 1 year ago

    It's really nice to teach and advocate every young people like this kind of outdoor activity. This fundamental information on growing a garden for kids are quite interesting. Thank you for sharing these basic tips and encouraging children to know the value of gardening. Great job! 

  • Saman Salman 1 year ago

    please do a video of subway surf

  • Marlee C 1 year ago

    I love all of your videos and im 10 and i have a 2 year old sister who is turning 3 this week loves them too :)

  • Amy Jeanchaiyaphum 1 year ago

    

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  • // zpgam3r \ 1 year ago

    Even though I'm a 7 year old I engoy yor vids

  • Somnivers 1 year ago

    Hi, I love this presentations.Can you you point me to some kids app developers that might be interested in hiring freelance illustrators?

  • Tina1210 1 year ago

    This is sooo cute. Growing the raspberries is my son's favorite too!