Science & Nature
Let's Plant a Container garden!
In this one time class, students will begin a container vegetable garden to tend and harvest.
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In this one hour class, I will guide students to plant vegetable seeds in inexpensive containers, and give them instructions for tending and growing the seeds so that they can harvest them. We will use five different vegetable seeds. I will give students step by step instructions for planting the seeds as I demonstrate the steps as well. The class will begin with introductions and taking an inventory of supplies. Then I will show students how to complete each step. I will leave them with care...
Students will learn how seeds germinate and how to provide the best conditions for a seed to grow and develop after germination.
After this class, the success of the project will depend on the degree of commitment the students have to continue tending and caring for their young plants.
vegetable seeds at least 3 different ones of the following: cucumbers, squash, peppers, tomatoes, peas Three containers for each seed variety: plastic cups, water bottles, small plastic boxes or planter are some examples potting soil water small shovel
There is no assessment
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
9 total reviews
16 completed classes
I teach science to third and fourth grade students in a public school. I also have several years of experience teaching classes for primary students ages 5-7. I have taught these ages in a public school for 20 years. In those years, I have taught...