Fun Indoor Gardening Activities: Tuesday Tutorials

Are you enjoying the better spring weather? We certainly are! Both my kids have been having loads of fun playing outdoors and doing a bit of gardening. From looking at last weeks Tuesday Tutorials linky it looks like we’re not the only ones, there were loads of nature and gardening inspired activities linked up! Quite often after my kids have been enjoying something it’s still on their mind so inspired by that I thought that this week I’d showcase some indoor gardening activities for kids, not quite covering your house in compost but perfect for gardening inspired crafts that you can do in your home.

Indoor Gardening Activities for Kids

I love this clean mud sensory activity from Study at Home Mama, perfect for kids who want to play at gardening indoors!

This cute egg box beehive craft from A Little Pinch Of Perfect is great for little people learning about the big outdoors.

In my opinion all activities should end with a snack and what could be better than this gardening inspired dirt desert from Mum In The Madhouse? Trust me, you need to check out how to make this (and then make me some!)

Multi Crafting Mummy shared this fabulous giant flower collage that’s perfect for keeping several kids occupied at once.

We made these fun puffy paint flowers that smell like flowers too!

Story Snug shared a cute book about sunflowers and this fun craft to go with it.

Fun with a Message linked up this sweet craft for hiding secret messages in painted flowers.

This sweet upcycled fairy garden craft from The Gingerbread House would fun to make indoors before popping it in a plant pot outside.

gardening activities for kids for indoors

Tuesday Tutorials Linky

If you are new to Tuesday Tutorials, welcome! All you need to do is link up 2 or 3 posts below and it will be shown across the four blogs that host this linky.

Each week each of the hosts pick some of their favourites to showcase in their round up, so if you’re linking up please be aware that we may use and crop of of your images to make it into a lovely pinnable image like the one above! If we showcase your tutorial then of course we’ll link back to you!

Linky Rules

Follow Kate Williams CraftsonSea’s board Tuesday Tutorials Pin Party on Pinterest.

  •  Please also follow the hosts on Pinterest – Gude , Eileen, The Boy and Me and me – this is not essential but would be appreciated!
  • Visit at least three other blogs on the linky and pin some of their fab tutorials to your own boards. You could use the #pintorials hashtag to let them know you found them via the linky.
  • I would love it if you could give us a link back (not essential, but you get extra love from me if you do!)

What we’re sharing this week

We love to share your crafts and activities and each week each host does a round up of their favourite ideas so make sure you check out some gorgeous deserts at ET Speaks from Home, invitations to create at The Boy and Me and robot crafts for kids at Hodge Podge Crafts.


4 Comments

  1. 28th April 2015 / 7:14 am

    Thanks for sharing our crafty fun. Have Pinned!

  2. 28th April 2015 / 8:28 am

    Thanks for including our giant flower collage!

  3. 28th April 2015 / 12:14 pm

    Thanks for hosting. You’ve always got such fantastic craft sum-ups here, I love it!
    Have a great day 🙂

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