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Edible Stems - An Interactive Game to Learn Plant Parts

Fearless Farmers
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(49)
Learners will identify parts of edible plants and focus on plants that have edible stems, like celery, broccoli, asparagus, rhubarb, and cauliflower. Millie will share how regenerative farmers grow nutrient-dense plants with edible stems.

Class experience

Farmers grow many different types of plants that we eat and they focus on providing healthy soil to grow their plants.
Fruits and vegetables are part of a healthy diet.
We eat many different parts of a plant, including fruit, leaves, stems, flowers, seeds, and roots.
Millie Cunningham is a farm educator with a Bachelor’s degree in Sustainability Studies from the University of Texas, Austin. When she is not working or volunteering on a regenerative farm, she enjoys traveling in order to learn how communities across the globe are responding to the climate crises. Millie finds joy in teaching children about regenerative agriculture through the nonprofit, Fearless Farmers, in an effort to inspire, teach, and encourage children about the positive impacts regenerative agriculture has on climate change.
4 plates
An apple
A carrot
A stalk of celery
A head of cauliflower
Collard greens
A bean pod
An avocado
A few almonds
A banana
An orange
Learners will be using the food listed above as manipulatives for this activity. They will be asked to come to class with clean hands. We highly encourage making a plan for the use of the food items above in future meals and snacks in the coming days. It’s extra great if your learner gets to help plan the meals and snacks with you.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(49)
Our farm educators with Fearless Farmers enjoy teaching children ages 3-18 about regenerative farming, gardening, homesteading, foraging, cooking, arts, book studies, thought leader studies, and nature play. We create learning experiences that... 
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per class
Meets once
40 min

Completed by 11 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-10
3-9 learners per class

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