My family loves to garden. Unfortunately, with me recently having a baby, we haven’t had much time to keep up with our plants lately. That’s why when my 7-year old saw the Chuckle FarmGarden Kits, she was ready to plant! We tried out three of the Chuckle Farm Kids Gardening Kits: the Kids Garden Kit-Tomato, the Growing Wishes Kit- Herbs, and the Fairytale Garden Kit- Jack’s Magic Bean.
My little one loved looking at and comparing the seeds of all the different herbs. We also had the opportunity to discuss what each herb is used for. She was fascinated learning about all the different uses for herbs.
This kit includes it all- the beans, a chart to help your little one keep track of how many beans the plant grows and how tall it gets, and a place for the kids to draw what their plant looks like. My kiddo was excited to plant her magic beans, and we had fun discussing how tall HER magic beans would grow. Finally, we got to work on the Chuckle FarmKids Garden Kit, Tomato.
This garden-in-a-bag comes with everything you need to grow your own tomatoes. It was also very convenient to assemble in the house with hardly any mess. She had fun personalizing her bag before planting the tomato seeds.
Overall, the Chuckle FarmKids Gardening Kits were a hit. The clear instructions, neat and colorful packaging, and wonderful interactive pieces in each kit helped keep my very distractible 7-year-old entertained and engaged. We’re looking forward to a nice harvest of herbs, tomatoes, and beans!
Buy: You can purchase the Chuckle FarmGarden Kits by visiting their website www.chucklefarm.com. There, you have the option to choose a Kids Garden Kit for $14.00, a Growing Wishes Kit for $20.00, and a Fairytale Garden Kit for $11.00. There are several varieties of each kit, as well as many other gardening products for young and old alike! Connect: You can stay connected and up to date with Chuckle Farm on social media through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, and Pinterest. *Mia received the above product(s), free of charge, to facilitate this review. All opinions are those of the reviewer only.