Join Matilda as she shows you how to make a Japanese hanging plant using moss and string. They’re fun to make and just beautiful.

This video is part of our Gardening with Children activities. We at Scotland’s Gardens Scheme love to garden, and we also love to share our gardens and gardening with others. We especially want to encourage future gardeners. Our activities are intended to give parents and carers ideas for gardening projects.

Please do supervise children during all activities. And do visit our website for more ‘gardening with children’ ideas, including how-to videos and project worksheets.

About Scotland’s Garden Scheme: Through our garden openings, Scotland’s Gardens Scheme supports over 250 different charities each year. Garden Openers may choose a charity(s) to receive up to 60% of their open day takings. The net remaining 40% of funds raised at our openings is distributed to our core beneficiaries: Perennial, Maggie’s and The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland.
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Wondering how to garden with children? Gardening with kids can be incredibly rewarding with
a few insights to get you started! This is the seventh of a ten-part series, Kids Outdoors,
sponsored by First Five Yuba County, and produced by Yuba Environmental Science Charter
Academy. The film’s purpose is to give parents and caregivers ideas for taking preschoolers
outside to enjoy nature during the quarantine. Follow two brothers around as they select plants
and garden seeds at Bald Mountain Nursery in Browns Valley, CA, and take them home to plant.
Hear their inspiration from Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit story and poem, We Have a Little
Garden. Learn the nine benefits of gardening with young children from Montessori Nature. Get
inspired to share the magic of planting a seed and watching it grow with a young child.

7. Gardening with Children
Sponsored by First 5 Yuba County
Produced by Yuba Environmental Science Charter Academy


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