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Do you have Fairies in Your Garden?

The magical world of fairies is a wondrous place filled with all sorts of fabulous creatures and truly amazing sights to behold restricted merely by our imaginations.  I believe it is important to encourage belief in such things to keep the magic of childhood alive for as long as possible especially with everything the world throws at us when we are older.

DSC02682We welcome all forms of magical creatures at our house provided they behave otherwise it’s straight to the naughty step with them.  So when we were asked to review a Fairy Garden from Interplay we of course agreed.  Who wouldn’t want their very own fairy garden?

DSC02329The instructions are simple enough to understand and naturally I took full advantage of this getting the girls to read out the instructions for us to follow.  I strongly believe that it is of utmost importance that children do well in English reading and comprehension so I encourage this wherever I can starting from as young an age as possible.  The girls followed the instructions which were concise and shortly after they had their very own fairy garden.

DSC02357DSC02370Within a week the grass had grown this long.  I was of course extremely relieved that I hadn’t killed the grass or the girls would have been devastated.

DSC02679The pack had everything that was needed for the garden except soil.  Once set up you simply water the garden and wait for the grass to grow and maybe, just maybe you will catch a glimpse of a visiting fairy.  Don’t forget to make a wish if you do!

This kept my daughters entertained for a good hour whilst they were setting it up and they checked daily for the grass to grow.  I also managed to squeeze in a quick science lesson explaining how the correct conditions were needed for the seeds to grow (water and light).  This is a great educational toy for children and you can add all sorts of other items to your garden whether it’s other characters or plants.  My Fairy Garden encourages children to use their imagination in their own magical world.


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This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. I’m 51 and still obsessed with Faeries!! lol <3

    1. Good luck Elaine, this is lovely for Fairy lovers whatever their age.

  2. What a great idea to get the children to read and follow the instructions – I was too excited and did it myself.

    1. Lol, I have to push that sort of thing where I can.

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    1. Thanks so much for sharing by fairy post 😉

  4. Famtastic prize would be nice for my little granddaughter to grow up with fairies at the bottom of her garden x

    1. Good luck Sharon, this is great for little ones and you can plant small flowers and add rocks to the garden.

  5. The fairy garden is a brilliant idea. It looks amazing. My daughter would love to create a fairy garden.

    1. It’s a great idea and very simple to do.

  6. My 5 year old daughter would LOVE this!

    1. It is cute isn’t it 😉

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