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In this 6th grade Science class, students begin to understand the process of decomposition and learn about the organisms responsible for breaking down matter.

Place of Learning: Garden
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byKyle Cornforth
Grades: Grade 6

In this sixth-grade humanities lesson, students complete the seed to table cycle by preparing sautéed greens and serving them over grains that have been grown in the Edible Schoolyard Berkeley garden.

Place of Learning: Kitchen
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byKyle Cornforth
Grades: Grade 6

In this lesson, students will learn about pumpkins. They will find out how they grow and how many pumpkins are used to feed a school using a recipe.

Place of Learning: Cooking Classrooms, Cafeteria, Academic Classroom
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byZohar Gitlis
Grades: Grade 2 , Grade 3

In this lesson, students will identify the parts of a plant and learn that vegetables come from every part of the plant. They will also categorize a variety of vegetables by what part of the plant they are. Finally, students will learn the life cycle of a root...

Place of Learning: Cooking Classrooms, Garden, Farm-Based, Kitchen, Cafeteria, Academic Classroom
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byZohar Gitlis
Grades: Pre-K, Kindergarten

One of the most exciting aspects of designing a structure or open space is thinking about the user experience, in this case our students. We believe there is an interplay between what you build and why you build it and how the students will interact with it. In the...

Place of Learning: Garden
Type: Program Management
Uploaded byKyle Cornforth
Grades: Adults/Professionals

It can be overwhelming to set up a kitchen classroom. How many pots? How many spoons? How will the students move around the room? In this video, our very own Ms. Cook breaks down the systems and organization of the kitchen classroom. Don't forget to check out the...

Place of Learning: Kitchen
Type: Program Management
Uploaded byKyle Cornforth
Grades: Adults/Professionals

This will be students’ first time in the garden, so in this lesson students will become familiar with the garden, meet their garden coordinator, and learn the three major garden rules.

 

Place of Learning: Garden, Academic Classroom
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byKerstin Martin
Grades: Grade 7, Grade 8

Students will be able to read the ingredients for the foods they eat, and decide if it is better to make food at home or buy from the store

Place of Learning: Cooking Classrooms, Garden, Kitchen
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byKerstin Martin
Grades: Grade 7, Grade 8

Students will be able to read the ingredients for the foods they eat, and decide if it is better to make food at home or buy from the store

Place of Learning: Cooking Classrooms, Garden, Kitchen
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byKerstin Martin
Grades: Grade 7, Grade 8

Students should learn about how energy is lost along a food chain. Students should be able to use this knowledge to assess the relative environmental impacts of plant-based foods and animal-based foods.

Place of Learning: Garden, Academic Classroom
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byKerstin Martin
Grades: Grade 7, Grade 8