Gardening | Grades 3-5 | Science

Plant Breeder

Students will try to create a new variety of strawberry. Each seed on a strawberry is different and has the potential to become a new variety.

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Gardening | Grades Kindergarten-2 | Science

Milk Carton Gardens

Students will create their own garden pots using milk cartons. They will learn about all the nutrients, elements and factors that go into starting and growing plants.

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Gardening, Horticulture | Grades Kindergarten-3 | Science

Grass Artist

Students will understand what a plant needs to grow by planting grass in different shapes.

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Gardening | Grades Kindergarten-2 | Science

Flowering Seeds

Students will observe similarities and differences of seeds to make a flower.

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Food Production, Gardening, Horticulture | Grades 2-4 | Science

Seed Surgeon

Students will dissect a seed, identify the parts, and the importance of each of the parts.

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Food Production, Gardening, Plant Nutrition | Grades Kindergarten-2 | Science

Seed Necklace

Students will understand what a plant needs to grow by germinating seeds using a seed necklace.

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Gardening | Grades Kindergarten-5 | Social Studies, Science

Spice It Up

This activity can be used to get students excited about herbs, where they come from, and their several uses.

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Equine, Forest, Gardening, Cotton, Poultry, Beef, Citrus, Dairy | Grades Kindergarten-5 | Language Arts, Science

Poetry In A Bag

This activity can be used to introduce any commodity to students. Students will write adjectives about each commodity and create a poem as a group.

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Gardening | Grades 2-5 | Science

Recycled Newspaper Pots

Create flower pots while being mindful of the environment by using recycled material.

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Gardening | Grades 2-8 | Science

Self-Watering Plant System

Teach about plant growth or methods of recycling with this fun, affordable activity. Students can create self-watering plant systems for experiments and research opportunities or to care for small plants.

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