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Planting Veggie & Flower Seeds for an Outdoor Garden© - 1Xwk/4wks (Ages 11-15)
Self-sufficiency & sovereign skills are important legacies for all children! They'll germinate seeds, transplant them, and learn about healthy soil, composting, companion planting and more. Read class description for important information.
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Planting season varies all over the planet! Be sure ALL supplies are ready before class begins to participate. A full supply list will be sent out. Because of time constraints please only choose up to four (4) types of seeds for class. I highly recommend using heirloom or organic seeds so the seeds from the vegetables or flowers they grow can be harvested for planting next year. GMO (genetically modified) seeds do not produce plants that grow viable seeds for harvesting (they do not...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn where food comes from, and how vegetables and flowers grow. I'll share a handout with foods that like to grow next to one another and some that do not (companion planting). They will learn responsibility by taking care of their plants by making sure they water them regularly. They will learn a lifetime skill where they can grow food for themselves, their family, and neighbors and this class offers a peek into the life of a farmer.
I have kept an organic garden for over twenty years and have a compost I use as natural fertilizer. I use many herbs and flowers from my garden in the bath and body care products I formulate and make in my own company. I love gardening and now my seven year old granddaughter is learning how to garden and she loves it, too.
Homework: Students have to water their plants according to the schedule handout I send out but I will also be sending reminders every few days so they do not forget. Students will watch for new growth. They can record the sprouting day of each plant and keep track of its growth height.
9 files available upon enrollmentA supply list will be sent in advance for each student. Handouts will be given before and during class sessions. Students will need a total of sixteen paper/cardboard rolls from the inserts of toilet paper or paper towels for this class and other supplies as per supply list sent. Paper towel inserts need to be cut into three equal tubes.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Fun Higher Whole Brain Learning for ages six to eighteen
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