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Seeds for Schools - Linking Your Garden to Curriculum
September 2010 – Florida Wildflower Foundation
Science-based concepts that can be explored in the garden include plant biology and anatomy, adaptations, food webs, beneficial insects, pollination and life diversity. Scientific skills include observing, classifying, measuring, predicting, organizing and interpreting, forming hypothesis and identifying variables.This factsheet provides educators with a comprehensive list of ideas and activities for using the schoolyard garden and associated classroom activities to achieve your goals as an educator. Make a list of your own curriculum goals then make another list of garden tasks and projects that match curriculum standards. (564 KB pdf)
Publication type: Article
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Keywords: seeds for schools, curriculum, children, educators, schoolyard