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National Children’s Gardening Week

 

It’s National Children’s Gardening Week from 29th May - 6th June and we have lots of activities and crafts to help you discover all the fun and wonder that gardens hold.

 

Follow our social channels to keep up with our week of gardening challenges.

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Little Seedlings Ambassadors

Do you know a child who has a passion for gardening? Do they love helping local wildlife? 

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The big garden scavenger hunt

Challenge your friends and family to see who can find all the items from our scavenger hunt first.

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Factsheet

Learn about what’s in your garden, from the lifecycle of a bean to weird and wonderful fruit and veg facts.

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Dot-to-dot

What could the pictures reveal? Join the dots to uncover our gardening scenes then colour in the pictures.

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Activity sheet

Fun activities that will get you excited about getting busy in the garden – and learn a few things along the way.

Pumpkin pals

Planting pumpkin pals

Pumpkins come in lots of amazing shapes and sizes. And they should be ready just in time for Halloween!

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Composting

Composting is a little thing you can do in your garden to help wildlife and reduce waste.

Rock labels

Make your own rock labels

These rock labels last for years and you can use rocks already in your garden.

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Lovely leaf prints

Here’s an easy way to appreciate natures beauty with some colourful leaf prints.

Bug hotel

Open your own bug hotel

Create your own 5-star hotel and start welcoming your garden critters.

Seed bombs

Spectacular seed bombs

Wildflowers are an important part of our gardens. They provide insects with food, especially bees, and they look great too.