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Garden-Based Learning     View
Compilation of gardening activities, projects, and other resources "for educators, volunteers, and parents working with children and youth." Some of the project themes include the food system, plants and textiles, produce marketing, and lan ...

Youth Gardening Activities     View
This collection of gardening activities includes flower drying, gourd birdhouses, leaf rubbings, scarecrows, seed saving, a scavenger hunt, pizza and salsa gardens, egg coloring, and more. Also provides a book list and a "zoo garden" (eleph ...

KinderGarden     View
This site has information on setting up school and community gardens, gardening projects for children, and tips for working with children in gardens. Note: not recently maintained and many links don't work, but there is plenty of timeless information ...

Edible Gardens: Making a Scarecrow     View
Collection of tips for making a scarecrow, with ideas for a frame, head and face, hands and feet, hair, and clothing and accessories. Includes suggestions for assembling the scarecrow, and other ideas such as making scarecrow animals. From the websit ...

My First Garden     View
"A guide to the world of fun & clever gardening" designed for 4th-grade students. The site shows "the beauty of gardens, and the care involved in planning, nurturing and enjoying the benefits of gardening in a variety of spaces an ...

Beverly Cleary Sculpture Garden for Children     View
Site of the garden dedicated to the beloved children's books by Beverly Cleary. Sculptures of Ramona Quimby, Henry Huggins, and Ribsy the dog were created in bronze for the park, and dedicated in 1995. Also provides the address for Beverly Cleary and ...

Composting for Kids     View
This slide show tells in words and pictures how to set up compost areas, what to put in them, and how to use the compost in the garden. Bin, trench, and pocket composting are included. Designed for children but a good basic guide for anyone starting ...

Nutrition in the Garden     View
This site has basic nutrition information, a section on the benefits of school gardens and how to set them up, and garden ideas and activities aimed at children working independently. There are also sections for parents and teachers.


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