Parent child planting is an amazing and rewarding activity that is not only fun but also has numerous benefits. This activity involves parents and their children planting together, fostering a sense of collaboration and teamwork, while also providing an opportunity for families to spend quality time together.
One of the most significant benefits of parent-child planting is that it encourages children to appreciate and respect the environment. By involving them in the process of planting and caring for plants, children learn about the importance of nurturing and protecting our natural resources.
Parent-child planting is an excellent way to bring families closer together while also providing numerous benefits for children. By fostering a love for nature and encouraging healthy habits, this activity helps children develop essential life skills that will serve them well throughout their lives. So, grab your gardening tools and start planting with your children today!
Age group: 1.5 y.o (18 months) and above (Accompanied Adults: Max 2pax )
Available (Saturday and Sunday) Open on public holiday and school holiday.
Time Slots: 11AM - 5PM
Rates: $38/child (two adult no charge)
Duration: (45 -60 min)
In Parent child Planting Experience, we provide you the following 60min of natural world experiences that you and your child can engage in:
Ensuring the safety of children is a top priority for parents, especially in public spaces where there may be potential hazards. One such place where parents need to be vigilant is the plant nursery, which can be an exciting and fascinating place for children to explore.
However, parents must be aware of the potential risks and take appropriate measures to keep their kids safe.One of the most important things parents can do to ensure their children's safety at a plant nursery is to make sure they do not run.
Running can increase the likelihood of accidents, especially if the children are excited or distracted by the plants around them. Parents should encourage their children to walk slowly and stay close to them at all times.
Another critical safety measure parents can take is to look out for upcoming cars. Plant nurseries may have large vehicles moving around to transport plants or other supplies. It is essential to watch for these vehicles and make sure that children do not play near them or walk in their paths. Parents should also instruct their children to listen for any honks or beeps that may signal the approach of a vehicle.
To ensure the safety of the children, parents, and staff, we require you to reschedule your activity if you or your child have the following symptoms:
Things to Bring: