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Teachers: The wrong and right way of growing a school garden.

Sep 17, 2022

Elementary teachers, have you ever tried to grow a school garden or even a classroom garden before?

Did you try to get plants donated, then organized planting events and work events with parents?

Or maybe you put together a lunchtime or after-hours/weekend club with your school's students to grow a garden?

Well... A lot of people say there's no right or wrong way of growing a school garden. But after trying it every other way for almost a decade, I can tell you with certainty that there is a wrong way! And planting events and clubs ARE THE WRONG WAY of going about it.
And I would even be bold to say that there is a right way too.

Talked all about it in very short videos this week when I went live almost every day.
And as usual, gathered them all in a playlist so you can watch them in case you missed them

Your time and energy are precious and wasting it on trial and error or following whatever you see other teachers do, is not right. Let me show you how to do it the right way so that you don't waste time or energy on the wrong method and can grow a flourishing highly educational and wowing classroom or school garden that engages different learners and serves your curriculum.