A Miracle-Gro Toyrarium

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This spring, fun garden projects have been one of Lennox’s favorite activities this spring. She follows in her grandparents footsteps for sure! She gets excited everyday to check on her flowers, water her flowers and even feed her flowers. I love that she is into it, because she is learning to taking care of a living thing (like a flower) and that she has to water and be responsible for it. I can see why this is such a large part of her Montessori environment at school.

I do think however, If it was up to her, she would feed her flowers with Shake’n Feed All Purpose Plant Food everyday, but I had to explain to her, that they don’t need to eat EVERY day! We would have some monster plants, if she did that!

So, I was looking for a new project for Lennox to do this weekend and I came across the The Gro Project Toyrarium by Miracle-Gro. It is a great little project for a little one and you can incorporate their favorite little figurine toys! It also is very economical, as you can find most of the items you need at the local dollar store.
Toyrarium toddler gardening project
Miracle Gro Toyrarium What you will need

Here is what you will need for the The Gro Project Toyrarium:

Glass Bowl (Similar to a fish bowl)
Moisture Control Potting Mix
Small Flower or Cactus plant
Small toy figurines
Shovel
Water

Once you have all those items, you are ready to go!

Have your little one put the flower into the bowl and a good amount of Moisture Control Potting Mix.

Lennox making Toyrarium

Once they have covered up the base of the plant, it’s time to add in their favorite toys. I gave Lennox the choice of a lizard – she picked the pink one, of course!

Pink Lizard for Toyrarium

Then just add a little water and place your Toyrarium somewhere in the house where they can check on it daily! Lennox was so excited to show daddy and to put it on her bookshelf to watch grow.

Lennow with her Toyrarium

If you are looking for some fun and easy projects to do with your little one this spring/summer, make sure to check out the fun garden projects miracle gro has to offer on Pinterest and join The Grow Project Movement!

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