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Wildlife Gardening with Kids June 11, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Health & Wellness, Home & Garden, Nature.
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First, there was the No Child Left Behind Act

Then the No Child Left Inside Act.

What if we combine the two? . . . No Child Left Inside with a Big Behind Act

Catchy, eh?

Anyway, here are a few gazillion tips for getting out and going wild and native with your kids this summer: 

* 16 Tips for Wildlife Gardening with Kids

* A Sense of Wonder Grows in the Garden

* Get outside.  Be Out There.

* 10 Reasons Kids Need Fresh Air

* Trade Screen Time for Green Time

* Activities ~ Get Out for a Green Hour

Step away from the remote . . . it’s time to get down &  get dirty.

Have fun!

Related posts:  Explore the Great Outdoors * Ten FREE Activities To Enjoy With Kids * Ten Almost FREE Activities For Kids * Ten More Activities for Kids

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1. cindy - June 11, 2010

Very catchy, I like it 🙂

2. Richard W Scott - June 11, 2010

I never thought about it before, but a big behind, a place where you store extra fat, IS like a trunk (or boot, depending upon your language culture).

nrhatch - June 11, 2010

Or a stabilizing body that roots you to the keyboard! : )

3. deepercolors - June 14, 2010

Just now saw this one. Wish I lived closer to my grandkids. This al sounds like fun. I love gardening. Thanks.

nrhatch - June 14, 2010

It’s great for kids to be close to their grandparents, and doting aunts and uncles.

Our mobile society makes that family together difficult for many.

We need to do what we can with what we have where we are, and make the most of the time we do have together.

Because they grow up so FAST!


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