Thinking of doing an edible schoolyard for your school or class? We've gathered some great resources to point you in the right direction!
Check out MPX, a completely project-based curriculum that fulfills the ninth grade requirements for biology, mathematics, social studies, and language arts using a school garden!
Books and resources to help kids learn about gardens.
First Grade Fever!: plants
How to Grow an Engaging Learning Environment
What is aquaponics? Watch how this high school student used it, along with math, biology, and economics, to build a sustainable source of vegetables for his school’s cafeteria.
How Gardening Enables Interdisciplinary Learning
Type in your zip code and Sprout Robot will tell you when you should be planting which veggies.
SproutRobot: The easy way to start a garden
This is an online garden planner, which helps you grow fruit and vegetables to the best of their ability, whatever the size or shape of your garden or plot.
GrowVeg.com - The Smart Way To Plan Your Vegetable Garden
Garden Plan - 2012: Rolling Hills School Garden
Growing a gardener - Canadian Gardening
Whole Kids Foundation
Tip #3: Label the plants. It's great that the kids can find out the scientific and the common names of all the plants in this garden.