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Kinder gardening

As every parent knows, young children don’t need much of a push to go and play in the dirt. Once they’re shown how it’s done, it’s not surprising that kids dig gardening. Besides, it’s good for them.

Study after study has confirmed the benefits of getting out in the sun, soaking up some healthy vitamin D and lowering levels of stress and anxiety. Also, in these germophobic times, it’s easy to forget that playing in the dirt actually boosts young immune systems.

Best of all, it’s fun. Nature-based programs build children’s confidence and promote personal development — and they

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