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This RHS book is packed with quick and easy activities for children to do in the garden
Everywhere you look there are signs that spring is coming. Liven up your walks by spotting beautiful spring flowers. Then make colourful rainbow parcels before making easter egg dyes.
Fancy becoming an accomplished chef so you can impress all your friends? Create tasty meals from the fruit and vegetables you have grown in your garden or allotment.
The Campaign provides resources to help teachers set up and make the most of their school garden.
Find out more about the Campaign for School Gardening
As part of the RHS Campaign for School Gardening this exciting new project encourages schools to get local grown-ups involved in their garden providing valuable resources and much needed help.
Find out more about Get Your Grown-ups Growing
Schools can make free visits to all four RHS gardens. Continual Professional Development training is available for teachers.
Find out more about school visits to RHS gardens
There's lots of fun to be had in the new book I Spy RHS Garden Wisley in the iconic Michelin I Spy series.
We've got lots of great stuff for kids to do, as well as some funny facts about plants.
Fun stuff for kids
Schools in the South East and London are invited to create their own mini show garden to display at RHS Garden Wisley during Spring half term, 24 May - 1 June, to coincide with RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014.
See further information about the competition
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