It is spring out and soon to be summer. We are looking at all the flowers blooming and the strawberries are getting ready to turn red. All the birds are nesting and who doesn’t feel like getting outside and doing something in the yard or garden. Well we do, we thought about trying out some new child size tools so the children could really get into spring fever. Just when we couldn’t wait any longer Magic Cabin Garden tools showed up. The first box we opened had the rake, hoe, shovel and yard rake in it.
We had weed eater-ed down tall grass off Slide mountain that weekend so I asked the boys if they would like to rake the grass. They worked for an hour raking grass and thought it was the best thing ever to be doing.
They created a big pile and started jumping in it. By that time my husband had the wheelbarrow out of the box and put together. It went together rather easy. But then, he did it and I just watched. He made it look easy 🙂
You can see in the picture to the right they are putting the grass into the wheel barrow. They were so funny. They would use the rakes to pick the grass up and put it into the barrow, then dump it out on the other side and pick it right back up again. They must have done this 4 or 5 times. Then off to the sand mountain they went with the empty wheelbarrow to fill with sand and water.
We have been putting the Magic Cabin Garden tools to good use. I am looking forward to taking them out with the shovel to fill our planter boxes to plant our tomato plants. I think we will do that tomorrow.
Magic Cabin has these tools and many more exciting and creative items to use and play with. These are high quality child sized tools. They are constructed well, real metal and wood. The set of large garden tools and wheel barrow sell for 29.98 each
I would encourage you to go and see all the other items they have for gardening with children. It is a wonderful thing when we can give our children a love for gardening at a young age.
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