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Journey to the Sun
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Students will extend their gardening skills by learning to keep the seeds from their very own flowers, herbs, and vegetables. We will discuss the structure of the seed, how seeds are made, and why some plants don't seem to have seeds. My class will take place in my own garden. Students can complete the course outside or in. I will begin by reading the class "A Seed is Sleepy" by Dianna Hutts Aston and Sylvia Long. Then the students will get a "seed tour" of my garden space, followed by a...
> Students will understand the basic life cycle of a seed bearing plant > Students will be able to recognize the structures and functions of a seed > Students will know how and why to save their own seeds
Masters Degree in Urban Environmental Education 12+ years working with elementary aged students 6+ years working with youth in learning gardens
Dried seed pods- at least one from at least one plant. Easy-to-collect seeds include: peas, radishes, carrots, calendula, and beans. Contact me if you would like assistance. Printer paper- as many sheets as you have dried seed pods Tape or a glue stick Writing utensil
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Nicole Parish-AndrewsLessons and fun activities about nature and the environment
2 completed classes
I am an Environmental Educator from Seattle, Washington. I have a Master's Degree in Urban Environmental Education and my own company called Foxberry Education. I work mostly in school gardens, but have lessons about salmon, ecosystems, and DIY...