Multi-ethnic children (10-11 years) at community garden, with radish seedlings.

By September 25, 2017Articles

Multi-ethnic children (10-11 years) at community garden, with radish seedlings.

By Mary Ellen Ellis Gardens for kids can be great learning tools, but they are also fun and practical. Teach your children about plants, biology, food and nutrition, teamwork, weather, and so many other things just by growing a garden together. What is a Learning Garden? A learning garden is typically a school garden, but it may also be a community garden or even just a family’s backyard garden. Regardless of location and how many people are involved, gardens for education are outdoor classrooms, gardens designed specifically to get children involved and to teach them a variety of lessons. There are many lessons that can go into a learning garden, and you can design yours to be focused on one or two, or on a variety. For instance, you might want to start a garden with your children to teach them about food and nutrition or about self-sufficiency. Gardens for

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