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A typical garden class with 6th graders at the Edible Schoolyard is 86 minutes (1 hour and 26 minutes) and is divided into three main parts: Opening Circle, In the Field (work time), and Closing Circle.  In the garden, we have integrated rituals and routines into every...

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

Working with tools is an essential aspect of every student’s experience at the Edible Schoolyard.  Students are introduced to tool safety in their classrooms before they come out to the garden, and then they are given a tool shed orientation during their first...

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

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

Who doesn’t want to savor their favorite dishes and remain healthy? Almost everyone craves for a perfect body while tasting their favorite food. Low FODMAP foods are the ideal thing for you. Fit Fab Fodmap is the right place to visit and enjoy low-fat...

Place of Learning: Cooking Classrooms, Kitchen
Type: Recipes
Uploaded byJessica Strauss
Grades: Other

 

Fit Fab Fodmap is perhaps the best place for all the foodies. They have been serving delicious and low-fat recipes to let you taste nothing but the best. Fodmap recipes have changed the way we look at those healthy dishes. We have a false belief...

Place of Learning: Cooking Classrooms, Kitchen
Type: Recipes
Uploaded byJessica Strauss
Grades: Other

In this 6th grade humanities lesson, students learn about ancient technologies from around the world by rotating through three stations in the garden: grain grinding, roller sledge and irrigation.

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

In this 8th grade humanities lesson, students rotate through three station activities designed to facilitate a discussion about the intersection between food, labor, and technology. Evolution of Corn, Call and Response and The Industrial Revolution.

Place of Learning: Garden
Type: Lessons
Uploaded byKyle Cornforth
Grades: Grade 8

In this sixth grade humanities lesson, students prepare Spring Salad with Basic Salad Dressing and vegetables harvested from the garden.

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

In this lesson, students explore the presence of Fibonacci numbers in nature—specifically in the petals and seeds of sunflowers.

Place of Learning: Garden, Academic Classroom
Type: Lessons
Grades: Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9

This lesson is part of the summer maintenance program created by the Ecology Center's Grow Your Own! program. You can find more GYO! lessons for the season in...

Place of Learning: None
Type: Program Management
Programs: Grow Your Own!
Grades: Adults/Professionals