Updated: Aug 17, 2020
It's Summer and there really is nothing better than a home grown garden, YUM!
Having a garden is also a great thing to do with your kids.
And what's better than being able to pick fresh peas or carrots or zucchini is the chance to help our kids learn a thing or two about life.
Catch these 4 simple lessons that can be taught hand in hand while having a tasty Summer garden.
We love our children and we want to teach them to value the things that are important to us.
These things include morals, integrity, ingenuity, and an appreciation for the things in life that we consider beautiful and worth expending our energy, time, and effort in order to create.
One of those things that many of us love sharing with our children is our love of gardening.
Whether you are creating a spectacular garden worthy of acclaim, fame, and blue ribbons everywhere or a simple garden that will hold pretty flowers and a few favorite vegetables there are many lessons that your children can learn from working the earth by your side.
The first, and perhaps best, lesson that most children learn when working in the garden is that life works in cycles.
This is an important lesson for children, as it is a lesson that will be repeated often throughout the course of their lives.