Gardening for children

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According to a study conducted by the organization RGS (Royal Horticultural Society), that children work and get involved in a garden improves their intelligence; It helps the development of language, improves skills, acquire a greater sense of responsibility, stimulates intelligence and favors the relationship between colleagues.

It is not necessary that we have a large garden to perform gardening work in general. Just a few pots, some seeds and some tools for the care of the plants and the hands of the little ones.