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10 fun gardening activities that will encourage children to go outdoors

Allowing kids to help in the garden can help with their inquisitive nature and encouraging them to ask questions can also mean parents learn a thing or two

Horticulture experts from BillyOh.com have revealed tasks which encourage children to enjoy the garden during the summer.

Talking children through the different types of bird food and letting them put it down and fill up feeders can be brilliant when the birds come to eat the spoils.

5. Feeding birds

Talking children through the different types of bird food and letting them put it down and fill up feeders can be brilliant when the birds come to eat the spoils.
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Purchasing child-sized rakes means that their little limbs can control the equipment when set to task. It can be a gratifying experience looking at a bare lawn once all the leaves have been raked.

6. Raking

Purchasing child-sized rakes means that their little limbs can control the equipment when set to task. It can be a gratifying experience looking at a bare lawn once all the leaves have been raked.
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A lot of kids love playing with mud and its even better if they can have fun while ticking a job off your list.

7. Digging

A lot of kids love playing with mud and its even better if they can have fun while ticking a job off your list.
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Depending on the age and size of the children, they may be able to help you mow the lawn.

8. Mowing the lawn

Depending on the age and size of the children, they may be able to help you mow the lawn.
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