At Growit Buildit, we are passionate about gardening with our kids! Our kids have some great garden tools that we have had for about 2 years now. They get so much use, I wanted to share some ideas that would be great to pick up for your kids or to get as gifts for loved ones! Enjoy!!
This plastic wheelbarrow and set of tools is a new item and has gotten great reviews for being easy to keep clean. Easy to hose it down after use outside and could also be a cute toy for inside play. This would be a great option for toddlers. It comes with two gardening tools that fit nicely into the handle area of the wheelbarrow.
This wheelbarrow has great reviews and would be a great option for kids around the age of 3. This design has two wheels which can be easier to maneuver and balance. Kids will find so many thing to fill it with and move around!
I just love this set! The metal wheelbarrow is a great option for kids 3 and up. Kids will get years of use out of this. It comes with a set of 3 garden tools and gloves. It definitely has the look of a ‘real’ wheelbarrow that little ones will feel so proud of having for themselves!
My son has this set and we have had it for 2 years now and everything is still in great shape. And, it gets used hard! They just love having their own set they can pull out to do whatever project we are working on or when they just want to do their own digging projects. Having the bag to store everything is just perfect. I really do love having that!
This set comes in pink or blue. My daughter has this set and we have had it for 2 years and it is both still in great shape and still gets used all the time!! It really is such a fun set for kids to have their own of!
I love the sets above with the bags and hand tools and this set would be a great addition! Kids love having tools like you have that are their size. So many great lessons and practice they can get using these for years!
This little 3 piece set is a great option if you are not looking for a bagged set like I showed above. So much fun….lots and lots of digging to be done!!
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