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Raise and Shine: Miniature Raised Bed Garden DIY Project
In this class, we will find recyclable materials from inside the home to construct a functional garden using your imagination, creativity and 2-D shapes.
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
learners per class
45 minute class
We will discuss the Four R's of Green Living (recycle, reuse, re-purpose, reduce) by doing our part to help reduce the cardboard and plastic going into landfills while incorporating sustainability practices. I will lead students in a Hands-In-Project by allowing them to construct a DIY Miniature Raised Bed Garden that is both imaginative and functional. I will encourage the students to choose their favorite seeds to promote ownership and have fun Growing Their Own Food.
Students will understand and apply the concepts of recycling, conservation, measurement, spacial awareness, problem-solving skills, and perseverance in constructing their Miniature Raised Bed Garden.
I own an agricultural activity company where I deliver a Hands-In-Experience to kids in the public and private sector, where I teach simple concepts about agriculture related to S.T.E.M and the careers that support them.
With parent(s) and/or guardian(s) permission Pay-It-Forward Initiative: Students will have to choose someone in their home or community to lead in the construction of their own Miniature Raised Bed Garden.
* styrofoam or soak-proof paper plate * cardboard pieces (example: cereal box and etc) * tape * marker or ink pen * popsicle sticks (optional) * glue gun (optional) * liquid glue (optional) * scissors * creativity * Your choice of a soil medium (Example: soil, vermiculite, coco-coir, perilite, rock wool, clay-pebble and etc ) * Choice of seed (Ex: vegetable, flower, herb, dry bean, grass and etc)
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Scissors are recommended for this activity for cutting boxes and etc.
Meet the teacher
Get ready to not only learn but engage in a variety of AGricultural Crafts and Projects infused with S.T.E.M. concepts. I am the classroom teacher of 20+ years who first used gardening to get out of the classroom setting only to become a business...