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What seeds (and ideas) will we grow next?

Well, it has been an amazing year in the garden. Thank you so much to all the families, staff and students that made our small patch of Earth grow, live and thrive. It will be so exciting to come back to our wild garden at the end of the summer and do it all over again next year. I cannot wait to see what
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Oh MAY Goodness…

Hello and Happy May, I cannot believe how quickly the months have passed this second semester and I am so SAD that we will soon be saying goodbye until next year. There is so much happening in the garden and I feel like we could spend the entire summer, exploring, creating, building, cooking, and playing in the outdoor classroom. K/1 students have built an
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How will YOU Celebrate Earth Day (everyday)?

  Ms. Kathleen’s 2nd Graders chalk up the sidewalk with a big reminder that next Tuesday is EARTH DAY. They brainstorm ideas about what they love about nature and what they do in their lives to to thank and protect Mother Earth: things like carpooling, composting, recycling and growing our garden. The garden is a great place to connect with nature and to learn
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Animal, Vegetable, Mineral

With less than a week until Spring Break, students are completing projects and getting plants in the ground to get a head start on the rest of the semester. K/1 continue to explore the wild world of animals in the garden. This week we are finding examples of the things animals need to survive in their garden home. 2/3 and 4/5 are experimenting with
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It’s time to Spring forward: what’s growing on in the garden?

  Another wild perspective from the garden. K/1 take charge as 7/8th grade help investigate the population of insects in the garden as we start our Animals and their Environments unit. We look for sources of food and shelter for our insect inhabitants. See the ladybug below eating a buffet of aphids.   2nd and 3rd grade investigate weather patterns and climate before we
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Kindergarten and 1st Grade Explore the Garden with “I wonder” questions…