Show Me How: I Can Grow Things Gardening Projects for Kids Shown Step by Step by Sally Walton, Stephanie Donaldson
  

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Show Me How: I Can Grow Things Gardening Projects for Kids Shown Step by Step by Sally Walton, Stephanie Donaldson

This title includes gardening projects for kids shown step by step. It offers sixteen enjoyable, attractive and stimulating step-by-step projects cover all the basic growing skills - harvest your own juicy strawberries and salad vegetables, have a race to see whose sunflower grows the tallest, and pot up a delicious-smelling chocolate plant! It offers a comprehensive introduction that explains gardening terms, techniques, and all the tools and equipment. It includes over 200 photographs, including all the stages and beautiful finished pictures to inspire and delight. It includes large-scale and small-scale projects suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments, for all climates and all growing conditions. It is the perfect starter book for ages 3 to 7 years, for older readers to use with minimum supervision, and for younger children to enjoy with adult help. Plants, flowers, soil and gardening tools are endlessly fascinating to youngsters, and getting their hands dirty in the garden can be great fun! This exciting book contains 16 easy-to-follow projects suitable for every child. An informative introduction covers all the basics, including watering, weeding and materials, while helpful tips and ideas provide inspiration and encourage experimentation. Bursting with expert advice, clear instructions and fabulous fun ideas, this is an ideal guide for all children, from budding beginners to green-fingered growers.

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Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Sally Walton, Stephanie Donaldson
More books by Sally Walton, Stephanie Donaldson

Publisher

Armadillo Books an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

14th November 2013

ISBN

9781843227564


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