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The subject can be a "kitchen botany" exploration of fruits and vegetables in the classroom or a “pollination pondering” in a garden or habitat area. Whatever the angle, plant-based education—school gardening in particular—has incredible potential to enhance your academic curriculum and classroom learning culture.

In this section, you will learn how to connect the school garden to teaching and learning and to foster students’ curiosity by providing a natural context for hands-on investigations. You will find out how to provide a multi-sensory environment that supports a diverse range of learning styles and abilities. Guide Download: Learn in Garden: 17 pages

Section Overview

Teaching with Plants

The creative ways to use a garden for teaching and learning are endless. Look here for Children's Garden Themes!

Activities

Ideas to foster students' natural curiosity to explore the natural world.

Resources

From Web sites and multimedia to books and seeds...it's all here.