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Rachel is a teacher at Fairfield Magnet School for Math and Science in Winnsboro, SC. "Our school garden was started to help students learn to care for plants, learn where the food they eat each day comes from, and work together as a team to accomplish growing a successful garden. We have integrated our gardening with state standards to provide hands-on learning experiences. Currently, only 3 grade levels take part in the garden." They're hoping to expand! #diggingdeeper

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4th Common Core Math Homework Printables

This is a bundle of my individual domain specific homework printable packs. Buying the bundle will save you $. This 50 page resource contains a handout for each 4th grade common core math standard. Some standards contain several handouts to ensure all aspects of the standard are met. Each printable has the skill at the top and the standard in the lower corner.

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3rd Grade NGSS Science Vocabulary Cards: Forces and Interactions

Vocabulary cards for NGSS standards. 3rd grade Forces & Interactions standards.

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Learning Outside with The Garden Classroom by Cathy James { interview & book sneak peek

The Garden Classroom by Cathy James

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Fun Classroom Activities and Experiments to Interest Children / Kids in Growing Plants

A great way for kids to watch a seed grow. I am going to do this next year for the kids.

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Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Posters for Higher Level Thinking

Blooms Taxonomy Classroom Posters not just posters, but conversations that are anchors for the learning and thinking work.

Lauren is a parent at Marblehead Community Charter Public School in Marblehead, MA. "Our 15-year old garden is already organic. As the school serves fresh produce, strengthening its ability to produce its own food would be cost effective. We’ll expand integration of the school garden across the grade level curricula - soil chemistry, biology, crop rotation. This gives the kids hands-on experience that they can apply in science, nutrition, and math courses (at the very least)."…

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Fun Counting Games

5 Fun Counting Games for Kids

Donna is the principal at Little Lakers Learning Center in Marlton, NJ. “We will have the children weed and water after planting; the hands on approach is more desirable than the books we currently use to show pictures. Getting the children excited about a garden that needs care & watching fruits & vegetables grow will lead into a curriculum of teaching healthy eating and hopefully we will be able to produce our own snacks.” #gettingstarted

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CVC Booklets (Build it, Read it, Write it)

CVC Booklets! (Build it, Read it, Write it!) PERFECT for beginning readers who are learning to sound out simple CVC words!

The Grandin Court Elementary Garden Club in Roanoke, VA began in Spring 2012 as a partnership between the school & the Western Virginia Land Trust. This spring, 26 students grades kindergarten through fifth participate in the six week afterschool program. Each week, they began with lessons on garden related topics like ‘what is a weed’. Ultimately, they want to create connections between each child and their environment that will lead to a life-long interest in the natural world…