School gardens have a profound impact on students, from improved social and life skills to an increased interest in eating fruits and vegetables. Now is the perfect time to start thinking about starting a garden in your school.
Teachers – tearing your hair out trying to dream up yet another activity for your lunchtime club? (On top of trying to juggle your own class, prepare for lessons and actually eat lunch?) Then this is the pack for you! This Garden Club activity pack contains 15 fully supported indoor and outdoor gardening activities (make terrariums; climbing frames for your school gardens; bird feeders; collect and press flowers have a 'crazy container competition' and more!)
Since 1982 our Youth Garden Grants have reached over 1.3 million students and hundreds of schools to establish new school and community gardens and assist in sustaining and renewing existing gardens. Stay tuned for the 2017 Youth Garden Grant Application details coming November 2016!
These free printable garden markers are perfect for a kids' garden or a preschool garden theme! Inspired by a children's book, these DIY garden markers help kids practice the alphabet while watching their gardens grow!