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It’s that time of year again and I am so EXCITED to get out in the garden, soak up the sun, and get my hands dirty! It’s the perfect time to incorporate gardening into your homeschool lesson plans. Whether you’re teaching math, science, writing, your core classes, or just some basic life skills lessons, you’re definitely in the right place! There’s no better way to learn in the outdoors than in the garden. Teaching your kiddos how to garden allows them to learn a variety of subjects on a whole other level. It allows the kids to not only stay active but learn a new trade and get hands-on experience. Not to mention the health benefits of eating the vegetables! This list of 20 ways to teach homeschooling in the garden is PACKED with fun-filled homeschool lessons, activities, ideas and learning resources to fill or supplement your curriculum! Without further ado, grab a coffee or tea and get inspired to spring the kiddos into gardening action!

For the rest of this post, join me over at Forging Foundations where I have the privilege of guest posting for Bringing Spring into Your Homeschool.

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