Spring is around the corner and so is Earth Day! It’s the perfect time to get our kids excited about nature with these wonderful gardening printables and labels in different languages!
Gardening has many benefits: it’s good to get kids outdoors, to get them excited about getting their hands dirty, about learning how food grows. Even if you don’t have a backyard or a space to grow, you can make little planters and grow some herbs inside, in a window sill or next to a window with a lot of light.
We’ve got you covered! We’ve created multilingual printables so your kids can learn vocabulary about everything “In My Garden” and to inspire you to plant some seeds, we’ve got some planter labels for you!
As you can see, these are super easy to make! All you need is paper, contact paper (the sticky and transparent kind) scissors and a popsicle stick to hold the platner in place if you wish to insert it into the soil. The reason you use contact paper is so that it can be water resistant! (Transparent adhesive tape works well too!)
page 1: turmeric, garlic, ginger, and fennel
Urdu page 2: top is fenugreek and coriander bottom: curry leaves and mint
Do you garden with your kids? What do you plant? Share your gardening tips and tricks with us!!
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Thanks for the great printable. We’re planting now and I want to use some of these.
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