As long as I remember, my life was connected to plants: from planting the seeds for carrots and radishes into the ground in the summer time and cultivating my own little garden inside the house by growing herbs all-year-round.
Planting and growing has been my one of the favorite past times since childhood. I watched my mom and grandparents laboring on their plantations, bigger in size and richer in a variety of plants, trees and flower. Helping them in all activities from planting and weeding and gathering the fruits of our labor helped me develop my love and attraction to growing and nurturing things.
Though my childhood years have been left long behind me, my children picked up their passion for all things plants. From watching me and their grandparents, they picked up their love for growing plants on their own.
We live in different environments and have different access to the land. Having appropriate tools and means to show our children how things grow and become the beautiful fruit or vegetable or flower remains of essence. Many companies support developing gardening passions in children by developing toys and games that nurture that green-thumb beginning.
Visiting this past Spring one of the biggest shows in the toy industry a TTPM showcase – Toys, Tots, Pets and More, – I’ve seen some of the magical toys that could be a great source and tool for growing a child with her love for growing and cultivating plants and flowers and loving all things Nature. Take a look at some of the most memorable moments from the TTPM show. I will try to profile more examples for you step-by-step.
My Fairy Garden is one of my toys favorites that conquered my heart. It offers an ample opportunity for a child to explore, imagine, continuously play with the fairy house and it little citizens, fairies, all summer long and during the winter, too. Easily assembled, beautifully decorated by fairy furniture, a fairy house like this one is to remain a constant imagination source for a child.
Planting Their Own Garden Is Rewarding for A Child
Yes, it takes time for the seeds to sprout and grow into a blooming garden. Yet the process of getting there teaches and nurtures a child psyche in many ways. It instills in children some of the best human qualities we all see in our connections:
My Fairy Garden kits plant the seeds of some of the best human qualities in our children!
For some fun instructions to be read and followed by your children, head over to the My First Garden Printables that have some amazing tips and HOW-TO’s and garden markers for different flowers and plants your child could use. The printables would go nice with this My Fairy Garden kit.
What You Sew Is What You Shall Reap
All Things Start Small
Cultivating Your Child’s Caring & Imagination
The Results Are Here
My Fairy Garden Is Green in Flowers
The Kids Can’t Wait To Play with My Fairy Garden
Daily Taking Care of It Paid Off
Play And Live Vibrantly With Toys
Like MY FAIRY GARDEN
Please RETWEET The Fun!
— Celebrate Woman (@DiscoverSelf) June 19, 2017
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