♥ Summer Herb Camp: Week Three Garden Adventures ♥

Welcome to Mama Rosemary’s Herb Camp

Join us every week for a fun round up of projects and ideas to do with your kids during the summer.  Each week will have a theme with lots of projects to do using herbs, exploring science and natural, holistic living plus some great crafts for good ol’ fashion fun!  Many projects can be adapted for multiple age ranges depending on your child’s interests and developmental stage.

♥ Let’s play in the garden ♥

Our third week of summer camp is all about plants and bugs!

Botany & Gardening

Here are some fun ways to learn about plants, play in the garden and even raise your own “herb babies!”

Just click on the pictures to get full instructions.

… learn about the parts of a flower. 

If tulips are unavailable just look for any other flower with high distinguished flower parts.

If tulips are unavailable just look for any other flower with high distinguished flower parts.

… sprout peas and watch their roots form before your eyes, then plant them in the garden


... learn about chamomile and grow your own chamomile.  


… learn about fennel and create a cute little basket to house a little fennel baby.  


… did you start a fairy garden yet?  This such a fun way to play in the yard.  Make one with edible plants or even dinosaurs!

chamomile fairy3



Insects & Worms

… explore and recreate a butterfly’s life cycle.


… make a wormery. 2worm

… play with lady bugs and learn how they help keep our gardens healthy!     2ladys


Check out this super fun post about Raising Tadpoles on Taming the Goblin.

Seriously what could be more fun or magical?

Ok, ok I have a thing for frogs!

I am so glad you stopped by!  

Please join us again next week for bath time with lots of great crafts for making bath time fun and even special way to enjoy some spa time with friends!  

Categories: Gardening, Herbal Crafts And Projects, Herbs For Kids and Mamas, Nature Exploration, Parenting, Science Investigation, Seasonal Herbal Crafts, Summer, Summer Herb Camp | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment

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