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K - 5th

Teaching in Nature's Classroom

Nathan Larson

Categories: Gardening , Washington County Library

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Best Practices in Garden-Based Education

In a garden we are able to cultivate children’s love of learning, their appreciation of healthy food, and their connection to the natural world. With vision, commitment, and some good hard work, educators and families around the globe are ripping up pavement, sowing seeds, and growing garden classrooms because they believe children need to be engaged by hands-on learning in a context that matters to them. They need to know how delicious fresh healthy food can be; and they need to know, right down in their bones, that they are part of a vast and beautiful web of life. Borrow this resource from our library, or download it here. This resource is also available in Spanish.

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