Kid Friendly Succulent Terrarium
This kid friendly succulent terrarium incorporates your child's rock and shell collection into the planting. Add some colorful plastic beads too. Check out the full project below.
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Since I love succulents and planting them, the kids wanted to make their own succulent terrarium version as well. They have been collecting random rocks and shells. Oh and they love assorted colored beads. Plus succulents are easy to maintain and perfect for kids!
For younger children, you can opt for a plastic container (recycled ice cream container or any plastic container you may have around.) For reasonably older children, they can use any recycled glass container, or ones found at Dollar Tree for $1.
- plastic container
- glass container
- assorted rocks
- assorted beads
- succulent cuttings
- Have your child place some rocks in the bottom of the container/jar.
- Fill up with soil.
- Have your child pick some succulent cuttings and plant in the container/jar.
- Kids love their beads, so they added some beads!
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