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A Little Natura Garden

Looking for a great way to introduce your kids to gardening? Why not make a fun garden with Natura play-dough? Not only will it teach kids about the growth process of plants, but it will also promote creativity and provide a fun activity that everyone in the family can enjoy.

First things first, get the play-dough all set up and start shaping it into some flowers. Be sure to use different colors and shapes to make your garden as vibrant and unique as possible. After all, kids love bright colors! Once you have the flowers shaped out, it’s time to plant some seeds.

We recommend using yellow dough for the seeds. Burry them lightly in the soil and make sure they’re firmly in place. As your garden starts to grow, kids will be constantly amazed by the transformation from a simple ball of play-dough into a beautiful garden full of life.

Once everything is planted, it’s time to add some decorative touches. You can use twigs to create a little picket fence, or use small rocks to add a path through the garden. Anything that will make it look more like a real garden will make it even more fun for kids.

Pretend play is also a great way to keep kids engaged in the activity. They can play the role of a gardener and tend to their flowers, watering them and plucking any weeds that might have sprouted up. It’s a great way to plant the seed of responsibility and care in young minds.

The best part about this activity is that it’s completely customizable. You can make it as big or small as you’d like, add more flowers, or even add some fun decorations. The possibilities are truly endless.

Making a fun garden with Natura play-dough is not only a great way to spend an afternoon, but it’s also an educational activity that will benefit children in many ways. From learning the life cycle of plants to promoting creativity, this gardening activity is a win-win for every member of the family. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to get creative and start gardening!

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