In addition to the traditional play equipment like swings, single bars or slides, parents should give their kids creative zones in the garden. How about building caves in bushes and under willow trees! A great place for arguments and play, for wonderful discoveries and hide and seek. Imagination can take flight here, and your kids will write the first chapters in the stories of their lives. This will make a garden more than just a playground, it will become a natural experience.
A small planter box with tomatoes and strawberries, chives or parsley will turn passive couch potatoes into enthusiastic gardeners, and will also teach your little ones about nature. This promotes creativity and self-confidence – and the whole family can enjoy all of the freshly grown ingredients in the kitchen.