Recycle last year's rain boots into garden planters. If you don't have any at home, you can find some at your local thrift store.
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Get dirty! Let preschoolers scoop gravel and dirt into the boots. Guide them to fill 1/3 of each boot with gravel, followed by another 1/3 of potting soil.
Gently loosen the plant from its pot and nest it into the top of the boot. Remove or add dirt, as needed, to pack the plant in, leaving about half an inch of space at the top of the boot for easy watering.
Print the garden tags, then follow the instructions provided to label each plant.
Place your plant in a sunny spot and water as needed, usually three to four times a week. TIP: Kids love to water plants, but sometimes too much. Help your child water the plant the first time to demonstrate how much is enough. You want the plant to be damp, not soaked.
Once your local frost date is past, you can bring your plants outside and plant in the ground or a larger planter to encourage healthy growth. Mother nature will most likely take care of more of the watering now.
Having a tricky time zipping up coats? Little hands get a little help from Wubbzy.
Keep warm with Wubbzy!
Light the way to a fun night with some of your kids' favorite Nick Jr. friends
Perk up their pencils with your kids' kooky pals!
A fan-tastic summer craft to make together
Who wouldn't want Wubbzy on their wall?
Get kids ready for spring gardening with this easy-to-make apron
Put their masterpieces on display in a whole new way!
Add Wubbzy to your table and let the fun begin
Make a do-together craft kids can proudly display on their door
A picture-perfect present for you and your little bunny!
Make an indoor winter wonderland that somebunny will love!
Turn paper bags into your favorite math-loving team!
Kids can hop on over to the Christmas tree to hang this charming decoration!
Peter & pals are dashing through the snow-- carrying something sweet, you should know!
Rabbits are brave and he’s no exception! Add Benjamin to your x-mas collection.
Spread holiday cheer with these "sweet" messages.
Peter has a new gift for you to see. It's round, and blue, and hangs on a tree.
Everyone wins when you make your own spinning tops!
This print-and-fold craft is an umirrific way to make your tree look spectacular!
Extend-o the holiday cheer with this special craft for UmiFriends
Welcome guests during the holidays--or any day--with this easy-to-make decoration.
Create a SUPER shaped ornament to hang on your tree this year
Make VROOM, VROOM on your tree this year for UmiCar!
This snow bunny is ready for show and tell!
It's surprisingly simple to make a winter scene with your little bunny!
This paper gingerbread house is all bark and no bite!
Milli spins her pattern powers into a string of dreidels this holiday season
Santa's little helpers can make a sweet sled for Dora and Swiper!
Your preschooler can give a special holiday treat to everyone on her list!
Kids can turn recyclables into beautiful Dora decorations!
Make a festive tree that won't wilt or wither!
Your preschooler will love prowling around the house in toasty Baby Jaguar slippers!
When the weather outside is frightful, a Diego scarf is delightful!
A snow day? Hurray! Grab a shoebox and create a scene starring your favorite explorer!
Wish everyone a WONDERful holiday with this tree topper!
Here's a simple and stylish Kwanzaa craft kids can fashion!
Let sweet holiday wishes bloom with these simple, customized cookie boxes.
Create the cutest footwear to warm up little toes!