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These four guides teach students about different aspects of gardening. Each order comes with:
Garden Level A: See Them Sprout
Garden Level B: Let’s Get Growing
Garden Level C: Take Your Pick
Garden Level D: Growing Profits
Through this hands-on, minds-on program, youth get the basics of botany, the gist of gardening, the essentials of ecology and much more. Award winning activity guide is an excellent resource.
This unique educational unit integrates the concept of chick embryology into easy-to-use math, science, and language arts lesson plans. One of the unique features of this educational unit is that you do not have to incubate eggs to achieve the learning objectives (although hatching chicks in your classroom will definitely enhance the lessons). Oregon State University Extension Service developed the materials. Some county OSU Extension Office may help locate fertile eggs and provide the necessary equipment.
Make plantable greeting cards… use peanut butter, chocolate chips, and cereal to learn about soil aggregates… find out how plants clean water… create your own ethnic vegetable garden…. and more. Students can become a certified Junior Master Gardener by completing all eight subject units in Level 1.
A teacher’s guide is also available.
Students will make plantable greeting cards… use peanut butter, chocolate chips, and cereal to learn about soil aggregates… find out how plants clean water… create your own ethnic vegetable garden…. and more. Students can become a certified Junior Master Gardener by completing all eight subject units in Level 1.
The teacher/leader guide is designed to accompany and correspond to the Junior Master Gardener Handbook. The Junior Master Gardener curriculum has eight instructional chapters, each with teaching concepts or categories that have corresponding activities. The teacher guide also contains a wide variety of group activities.
In an academically-rich and integrated way, this curriculum project will guide you and your students to a better understanding of plants and garden science. Learn, Grow, Eat & GO! can motivate your students to a better understanding foods and physical activities that cultivate their minds and and strengthen their bodies. It will also help guide your schools to have a successful experiences creating & caring for rich garden environments that will provide a successful harvest with this season’s nutrient-dense vegetables! This guide will need to be returned.