People Are Growing Magical Bean Pole Garden Tents For Their Kids

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Resources from nature can provide people with much more than just shelter, food, and scenic beauty. By using them people can have fun and recreation for them and their kids, why the nature craft activities for kids have become very popular recently.

Many parents use varieties of ideas on how to attract their kids to stay and play in the natural environment, especially now when kids are willing to play on computers and other electronic devices all the time.

Bean Tents is a Great Idea to Attract Kids

Growing bean tents is not something strange for some people, but for many, it can be a completely new experience. Those who have already enjoyed it, they know how to ‘build’ it, but we are here offering some ideas about how to do it with minimal materials and requirements.

What You’ll Need:

  • Garden space
  • Poles at least six feet long
  • Bean seeds
  • String

Direction for Making a Bean Tent:

  • Choose a garden space about four or five feet wide, level it, and mark a circle about three or four feet in diameter.
  • Together with the children, fasten the poles to the ground around the entire circle, at a distance from the feet, and tie them at the top.
  • Tie a string to the base of one of the pillars and pull the string around all the poles, looping them once or twice around each. Leave as empty as a door between the two poles.
  • Tie multiple rows from the top of the poles to the row at the bottom at a distance of four or six inches between the wires.
  • Plant bean seeds all over the circle and water them well after planting.
  • Help young bean plants as they grow to find tent poles and wires so they can grow.

As the bean is growing very fast, your kids will have a shady tent to play in soon!

The bean tent can be upgraded by planting some flowers, growing pumpkin tunnel or whatever you and your kids want to put around.

Besides having fun and engaging your kids in making a tent, they can also learn how to attend to the growing plants and taking care of them. The final result is that they will spend time in nature and enjoy the magical green home.

On the photos below you can find different ideas for bean tents that people have constructed, which can inspire you for your own one.

Watch the video to see detailed instructions:

 

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Sources: lifestyle.howstuffworks.com

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