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Be sure to check out classes and additional happenings for kids and families at the Garden, the Shaw Nature Reserve and the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House.


The Doris I. Schnuck Children’s Garden (open April–October) is the perfect place to make new discoveries. Host your next birthday party , come for a drop-in program , learn at a germination station  or just explore.  Learn more
 

Incorporating colours of the rainbow into a child’s garden is so easy.  Young children in particular are drawn to bright colours and they very much add to the appeal and interest in a micro garden or small space.

I would like to start a garden this year and get my 2 yr old grandson involved in gardening and learning more of his abc.

Just had the good fortune to stumble across your awesome website!!! I am currently in the planning process for a sensory garden for a community childcare facility on the Gold Coast for a community project assignment & feel totally out of my depth. I was interested in your A-Z list of edible plants but the e-mail link wasn’t working. I also saw in your response to Amber that you may have some tips on sensory gardens. I would appreciate any I can get if you would be kind enough to email them to me as well. Keep up the good work, great ideas.

Hi Kristy
Glad the info is useful. Have fixed the email link – thanks for the heads up! Will email you the list and sensory info.
Kind regards
Anne

These are wonderful and very creative ideas. Thank-you so much for sharing them. I can hardly wait until Spring to get started.

Thanks Penny! Glad you’ve been inspired with some Spring projects. Would love to hear how you go and please feel free to share a photo or what you end up doing so you can inspire others. 🙂

Be sure to check out classes and additional happenings for kids and families at the Garden, the Shaw Nature Reserve and the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House.


The Doris I. Schnuck Children’s Garden (open April–October) is the perfect place to make new discoveries. Host your next birthday party , come for a drop-in program , learn at a germination station  or just explore.  Learn more
 

Be sure to check out classes and additional happenings for kids and families at the Garden, the Shaw Nature Reserve and the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House.


The Doris I. Schnuck Children’s Garden (open April–October) is the perfect place to make new discoveries. Host your next birthday party , come for a drop-in program , learn at a germination station  or just explore.  Learn more
 

Incorporating colours of the rainbow into a child’s garden is so easy.  Young children in particular are drawn to bright colours and they very much add to the appeal and interest in a micro garden or small space.

I would like to start a garden this year and get my 2 yr old grandson involved in gardening and learning more of his abc.

Just had the good fortune to stumble across your awesome website!!! I am currently in the planning process for a sensory garden for a community childcare facility on the Gold Coast for a community project assignment & feel totally out of my depth. I was interested in your A-Z list of edible plants but the e-mail link wasn’t working. I also saw in your response to Amber that you may have some tips on sensory gardens. I would appreciate any I can get if you would be kind enough to email them to me as well. Keep up the good work, great ideas.

Hi Kristy
Glad the info is useful. Have fixed the email link – thanks for the heads up! Will email you the list and sensory info.
Kind regards
Anne

These are wonderful and very creative ideas. Thank-you so much for sharing them. I can hardly wait until Spring to get started.

Thanks Penny! Glad you’ve been inspired with some Spring projects. Would love to hear how you go and please feel free to share a photo or what you end up doing so you can inspire others. 🙂

From infants to kindergarteners, the use of mindfulness is an evidence-based technique aimed at helping children regulate their emotions and practice peaceful problem solving. Helping children develop an awareness for their internal emotional states helps them to use words instead of fists.

Be sure to check out classes and additional happenings for kids and families at the Garden, the Shaw Nature Reserve and the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House.


The Doris I. Schnuck Children’s Garden (open April–October) is the perfect place to make new discoveries. Host your next birthday party , come for a drop-in program , learn at a germination station  or just explore.  Learn more
 

Incorporating colours of the rainbow into a child’s garden is so easy.  Young children in particular are drawn to bright colours and they very much add to the appeal and interest in a micro garden or small space.

I would like to start a garden this year and get my 2 yr old grandson involved in gardening and learning more of his abc.

Just had the good fortune to stumble across your awesome website!!! I am currently in the planning process for a sensory garden for a community childcare facility on the Gold Coast for a community project assignment & feel totally out of my depth. I was interested in your A-Z list of edible plants but the e-mail link wasn’t working. I also saw in your response to Amber that you may have some tips on sensory gardens. I would appreciate any I can get if you would be kind enough to email them to me as well. Keep up the good work, great ideas.

Hi Kristy
Glad the info is useful. Have fixed the email link – thanks for the heads up! Will email you the list and sensory info.
Kind regards
Anne

These are wonderful and very creative ideas. Thank-you so much for sharing them. I can hardly wait until Spring to get started.

Thanks Penny! Glad you’ve been inspired with some Spring projects. Would love to hear how you go and please feel free to share a photo or what you end up doing so you can inspire others. 🙂

From infants to kindergarteners, the use of mindfulness is an evidence-based technique aimed at helping children regulate their emotions and practice peaceful problem solving. Helping children develop an awareness for their internal emotional states helps them to use words instead of fists.

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