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This class will teach students the basics of indoor vegetable gardening. Students will get an idea of what plants are best grown indoors and which plants require pollination and exposure to bees and other insects in order to flower. Students will learn the parts of a plant as well as what is needed to help plants to grow indoors. Connections will be made to the nitrogen and carbon cycles. Slides, pictures, diagrams and activities will be used. The instructor will be giving a demonstration of...
This class is taught in English.
Students will improve their understanding of the parts of a plant and types of plants. They will also make connections between indoor gardening and both the nitrogen and carbon cycles. By the end of the class, students will know what is needed in order to start an indoor vegetable garden.
After taking this class, students are encouraged to start their own indoor garden, take care of their plants and watch their plants grow.
Students will receive a one-page list of instructions and materials needed to start their own indoor garden at home. Most materials can be found around the home except for packets of seeds (ranging from $3.00-$8.00), a bag of soil, and a light source. You could use a reading lamp or purchase shelf lighting ranging from $25.00-$50.00. Materials are not needed at the time of the class. Students may choose to start their own indoor garden after completing the class.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Website to connect indoor gardening and the carbon cycle: https://kidsgardening.org/garden-how-to-carbon-cycle-and-carbon-sequestration/ Website to connect indoor gardening and the nitrogen cycle: https://www.the-compost-gardener.com/nitrogen-cycle.html Website on the parts of the plant and types of plants: https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/plant/353639
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