Stir-Fry Garden pack and the Salad Garden Pack for review. Both of these garden packs are great and my kids are really enjoying growing their own vegetables!!
This Spring children across the country can help plant the seeds for greener and healthier living with the Growums Garden Kits. This is the only gardening kit for kids known to offer an interactive platform featuring a cast of colorful, animated characters. The characters enhance the entire gardening experience with a fun and entertaining approach that instills the childhood obesity. so important in the struggle against Kids can choose from six different kits including Herb Garden, Pizza Garden, Salad Garden, Stir-fry Garden, Taco Garden and Ratatouille Garden to grow a real garden with virtual world fun. Each garden kit features unique, magical coco or peat pellets that make planting and growing practically foolproof. Growums and the nationally recognized, one-million strong program are partnering in a nationwide fundraising effort to raise the awareness of gardening in local communities, while contributing to a greener environment and promoting healthy eating habits. Together, JMG and Growums are set to reach an entire generation of future gardeners.
According to the American Gardening Association, 98 percent of kids who grow their own vegetables eat them. And now Growums gives kids the tools they need to get started with specially-themed garden kits that combine learning and fun with a unique and exciting online educational experience to grow vegetables and herbs from seed to harvest; all with a little help from an animated cast of herb and vegetable characters!
Kids start by going to http://www.growums.com/ to register their garden and follow the colorful characters in a that shows them how to care for their vegetables. This animated step-by-step series of mini videos are updated every ten days with tips on what to expect next and how to care for the seedlings. With a little help and information from Tomicio the tomato, Frank Cilantro, Belle Peppa, Ice Berg the lettuce wrapper, Elvis Parsley and more; in a matter of weeks kids will be able to harvest fresh vegetables and herbs to create . Weekly emails also alert children to next steps and explain topics including watering, weeding, growth cycles and more.