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Garden Projects for the Classroom & Special Learning Programs

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This book overflows with school gardening projects, related activities and ideas. Many subject areas are brought into play in these thirty outlined gardens, from math and science to reading and the arts. This book was written by horticultural therapists with the intention that is be used as a resource in pubic schools, for grades K-12 including special needs students. It i ...more
Paperback, 212 pages
Published May 5th 2003 by Petals & Pages
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Sep 23, 2012 AnandaTashie rated it really liked it
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The downside: Uses CelluGro Green Thumb Gardens. This is probably okay for schools with bigger amounts of money to spend. For a family, that's several hundred dollars! The book also didn't feel especially organized to me.

The good: These same ideas should be able to apply to "normal" gardens too (though there will have to be more care to see what is in zone). If nothing else, it's a book of ideas as a starting point. It has 30 garden ideas, such as: global salad bowl; growing a pizza; first Amer
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