This lesson reviews how scientists organize the natural environment according to specific plant features and Plant Families.
This document is a teacher resource that accompanies the What is Organic? lesson plan. Our lesson titled What is Organic? focuses heavily on creating a space for open discussions.
Your reflection wheel has eight different questions that expand on the question: Are you happy with what you made and how you cooked? Why or why not? Every time you cook, spin your wheel, and reflect on the question you land on. There are a variety of ways to respond to that question.
In this seventh grade garden class, students review how the 4BEs can be applied in the garden (Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible and Be an Ally) and break into groups to work in the garden on different tasks.
In this eighth-grade garden class, students review how the 4B’s (Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be an Ally) can be applied in the garden and break into groups to work in the garden on different tasks.
This lesson builds on past content students learned about plant parts and functions. The activities review each part and then invite students to taste a new vegetable or fruit growing in the garden.
Students will learn to make scrambled eggs and vegetable dumplings in the Chinese tradition and discuss the foods of spring, especially protein-rich foods from animals and plants.